Master Gardener Course Open to Los Angeles County Gardeners
- Subject: [cg] Master Gardener Course Open to Los Angeles County Gardeners
- From: Yvonne Savio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 06 Mar 2002 10:17:51 -0800
Hi to All Gardeners in Los Angeles County--
The next Master Gardener Volunteer Training Course is open to all Los
Angeles County residents who want to volunteer helping low-income and
limited-resource residents grow more of their own food. Presented by the
University of California Cooperative Extension Common Ground Garden
Program, the training provides basic horticulture information, hands-on
activities, and volunteer opportunities all over LA County.
The course will be held on Saturdays, April 27-June 29, 9:30am-3:00pm, in
downtown LA (easy access by bus and Metro).
Cost is $50; however, partial scholarships are available.
By May 31, 2003, participants must complete a minimum of 50 hours Volunteer
Time and 12 hours Continuing Education time (monthly meetings are the 2nd
Saturday of every month).
For application or further information, call 323-838-4539 or email
<email@example.com> (our office is located in Monterey Park, but our
email addresses are through the server at UC Davis).
NOTE: Deadline for completed applications and payment: April 15.
Common Ground Garden Program Manager
University of California Cooperative Extension in Los Angeles County
2 Coral Circle, Monterey Park, CA 91755
Website: celosangeles.ucdavis.edu (click on "Common Ground Garden Program")
Master Gardener Email Gardening Helpline: firstname.lastname@example.org
Master Gardener Phone Gardening Helpline: 323-838-4541
Volunteers of the Common Ground Garden Program help low-income and
limited-resource county residents to grow and eat more nutritious
vegetables and fruits. Programs include Master Gardeners (seasonal
gardening presentation), Fresh From The Garden (simple nutrition and recipe
presentations), Gardening Angels and Junior Master Gardeners (school
gardens), and Community Gardens.
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