We're Your Go-to Garden People
Through the Master Gardener Program Purdue helps us increase
our knowledge about a wide variety of horticultural subjects. In
turn, we volunteer and help others grow by sharing that
knowledge while providing leadership and service in educational
gardening activities within our communities.
As an Association, we promote the art, science, education
and pleasure of gardening in cooperation with, and under the
auspices of, Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service In
Porter County Indiana.
We do that by providing educational events and seminars, working
one-on-one with homeowners via the Hotline, working with and
underwriting community organizations, and educating young
people through Junior Master Gardener Programs in schools. We
are all about helping others grow by increasing their gardening
skills and assisting them with horticultural problem solving. Best
of all, there is no charge for our services!
Here's how we can help:
Ask a Master Gardener
Visit our booth at the Porter County Fair,
Earth Day and other Horticultural Events.
Call our Hotline with ALL your Garden Questions!
(219) 465-3555 or email your question (with a photo if
you have one) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Engage Speakers Year-Round
on a Variety of Garden-related Topics.
Call (219) 465-3555 to Schedule.
See the Open Class Flower Show
for the best and brightest posies or enter your own
at the Porter County Fair each July
Ask about the Junior Master Gardener Program
taught in several Porter County Elementary Schools and
Porter County Master Gardeners Association
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The Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service is an Affirmative Action, equal
access/equal opportunity institution.
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Jr. Master Gardeners Learn About Insects.