Join the Sarnia-Lambton Master Gardeners
So you think you've got what it takes to become a Master Gardener? There's a few more steps to get involved:
- An eligibility test of basic gardening questions.
- An interview to figure out who you are and what you can contribute to the group.
- A contract agreeing to complete the required study course(s) or pursue self-directed study* and take the exam by the end of the second year of involvement; and to provide a minimum of 20 hours of advice (to the public in various ways) and 10 hours of non-advice (administrative and attendance at meetings) per year of involvement in the Master Gardener program
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* Course Exemption: Certain educational qualifications received in the horticultural field within the previous two years or obtaining 70% on an exemption test MAY exempt individuals from the horticulturist series of courses.