Master Gardeners Association of Rogers County
The Master Gardeners Association of Rogers County (MGARC) aspires to train volunteers to be effective community educators in gardening and environmental stewardship. Volunteers are trained by OSU faculty and staff. Leadership for the Roger County MG program is provided by the Rogers County Extension Horticulturist, John Haase.
Master Gardener Class Information
The 2021 Master Gardener Classes for Rogers County residents will begin January 5, 2021. Classes will be held from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm on Tuesdays and Wednesdays with an optional review on Thursdays from 1:00 to 3:00pm. Classes will be held virtually through Zoom. Topics to be covered include botany, turf grass, entomology, fruits and nuts, vegetable gardening, annuals/ perennials, native plants and pollinators, and many many more. Classes are conducted by OSU faculty or OSU extension horticulturalists.
There is a $175.00 fee for the class. Two field trips, resource notebooks, and field books are covered in the cost of the class.
Contact John Haase, the Rogers County OSU extension horticulturalist, for more information.
CLICK HERE to view the Master Gardener class application.
CLICK HERE to view a brochure about Master Gardener classes.
Current Volunteer Projects
The Master Gardeners are involved in a wide range of local projects. CLICK HERE to take a look at the current list.
To view a list of guest speakers at the monthly Association meetings, please CLICK HERE. These talks are free and open to the public.
2021 MGARC Board Members
Not pictured Vice President, Butch Kindley
Event Coordinator - Kathy Klawitter not pictured
Education Chairperson - vacant