Master Gardener projects should always reflect the educational missions of the Master Gardener Program and the Tennessee Agriculture Extension Service. This is not a free labor program. Master Gardeners Volunteers are educators, advisors, and helpers.
- Provide educational opportunities for Master Gardeners and the public.
- Create visibility for Master Gardeners (identified with Master Gardener Sign).
- Be accessible to the public without admission fee.
- Benefit a City, County, State, or Nonprofit organization
- Sanctioned Beautification projects for Churches and schools are not always recommended. Education may be offered while helping organizations in such projects.
- Gather the following information about the project:
- Project Name
- Contact Person at the location (name, phone and email)
- Project description
- Project start date and duration. A project may be a one-time event, or preferably an ongoing project with Extension Master Gardener continuing education and maintenance. The sponsoring organization would be welcome to assist.
- Proposed number of Master Gardeners needed
- Project cost
- Funding source
- Additional project details
- Proposed by
- Complete the form below. Print it and and present it to the board at least 1 month prior to the project start date.