Ramsey County Master Gardeners volunteer thousands of hours in our community interacting with youth and adults. Master Gardeners work in many different project areas including Habitat for Humanity, Ramsey County yard waste sites, farmers markets, school planting projects, community classes, and many others. Master Gardeners focus on sharing best horticultural practices and University of Minnesota researched based garden solutions with the public. A few 2019 highlights:
Ramsey County Master Gardeners want residents to be environmentally friendly gardeners.
Help us teach residents about pollinators, waste reduction, water conservation, integrated pest management practices, and how to:
Consider making a donation to our program. Funds raised will be applied to our general fund. Some funds are given back to the community to youth organizations that apply with a need for gardening materials, soil, compost, raised beds, plants or seeds. Donations may also be put into our financial assistance fund which helps new interns in our program pay for the cost of their University horticultural training.
Ramsey County Master Gardeners help St. Paul Public Housing Residents "Make it Bloom!"