Our projects offer visibility and advertisement for the Master Gardeners program while providing area beautification. These MCMGA approved projects earn ACE volunteer hours and community appreciation. To help on these projects you must be a Master Gardener. Learn how to become a Master Gardener.
Current ongoing Projects
The Smith-Trahern Mansion is a beautiful, historic site overlooking the Cumberland River in downtown Clarksville used for weddings, meetings and guided tours, and it features period appropriate garden beds.
A community garden to provide a place to meet and build relationships while growing and gathering food. It is located across from Clarksville High School.
Madison Street Adopt-a-Plot
A beautiful garden located at the intersection of Madison St. and Dogwood Lane.
Extension Office Grounds
The Montgomery County Agricultural Extension Services Entrance Gardens and Hosta Beds.
Greenwood Scatter Garden
Greenwood Cemetery’s scatter garden is a place where people can spread the remains of their loved ones. This project is maintained by Herman Albright and Donna Albright, 931 645-3175, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dunbar Cave Butterfly Garden
Master Gardeners has partnered up with the Tennessee Forestry Department in the creation and upkeep of Dunbar Cave’s butterfly garden. The goal is to create a habitat of indigenous plants to attract butterflies to the area. Chair is Theresa Bray, 931 648-8362, email@example.com.
Survivor Outreach Services
Fort Campbell’s Survivor Outreach Services provides services for military families of fallen soldiers. The Master Gardeners keep the grounds of the facility. Chair is Melody Polanec, 270-889-7466 firstname.lastname@example.org
Master Gardener Hotline
The Master Gardener Hotline is a key source to understanding and sharing of gardening information, providing a wealth of knowledge to everyday gardening questions from the community. Contact Karla Gargus, email@example.com.
Once a year projects
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit Christian housing ministry, strives to eliminate poverty housing; Master Gardeners volunteer landscaping expertise to designated building projects. Chair is Margaret Pace, 931-647-4328, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Plant the Campus Red
The APSU Plant the Campus Red event invites Master Gardeners each spring to lead campus volunteers in garden design and placement under the direction of university landscapers. Chair is Margaret Pace, 931-647-4328, email@example.com.
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L&N Railroad Station Gardens (1986 - 2022)
For over 20 years the MCMA help maintain and beautify the gardens at this historical landmark in Clarksville.