- Master Naturalist Training
Register by March 9, 2018
- Four Seasons Gardening 2018 Winter Webinar Series
Register by March 27, 2018
- Unit Master Volunteer Meeting
Register by April 27, 2018
- Master Gardener 2018 Training Survey
Register by July 26, 2018
- 2018 Master Naturalist Annual Agreement
Register by December 31, 2018
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Weekly bulletins during the growing season, letting you know what problem pests to look for before they reach your field.
Program Coordinator, Ag and Natural Resources - Lee County
University of Illinois Extension
280 W Wasson Rd
Amboy, IL 61310
Lee County Master Gardeners
Who We Are
The Master Gardener program is an all-volunteer organization found in all 50 states and three Canadian provinces. The program provides avid gardeners with many hours of extensive horticultural training. In return, participants volunteer through local extension offices by answering homeowner's horticulture questions, coordinating garden-based workshops and trainings, and fostering community relationships through school and community gardening projects.
Master Gardeners in Lee County
The Master Gardeners of Lee County are passionate about gardening and even more passionate about investing in their communities.
Master Gardeners in-training work the homeowner hotline answering questions related to vegetable and flower gardening, pest control, tree and shrub selection, and more.
The Master Gardeners network with community garden clubs, other organizations and neighboring counties to provide educational opportunities for gardeners of all ages – amateur to "master".
In addition, Master Gardeners host an annual Plant Sale. Proceeds benefit programs of Lee County Extension.
April through September
Tuesdays & Thursdays 9 a.m.- noon at the Lee County Extension Office, Amboy
- Contact the Lee County Extension Office during the off season
with your horticulture questions. 815-857-3525