Skip to main content
National Volunteer Month

Celebrating Florida Master Gardener Volunteers during National Volunteer Week

Photo courtesy of Peggy McDonald. Leon County Master Gardener Volunteers harvesting mustard greens in the VegHeadz garden.

Photo courtesy of Peggy McDonald. Leon County Master Gardener Volunteers harvesting mustard greens in the VegHeadz garden.

It’s #NationalVolunteerWeek and we’re celebrating our Master Gardener Volunteers. These men and women serve their communities wholeheartedly, everyday. Many have even found ways to continue to serve remotely throughout this difficult season. Let’s take a look at their 2019 accomplishments.

Today, we recognize the Master Gardener Volunteers as a whole. Our annual report highlights the enormous impact these men and women make in our communities. Each volunteer’s service is inspiring, but together, our volunteers are changing the way Florida grows its food, beautifies the landscape, and preserves its natural resources.
Volunteer Month recognizes and promotes the spirit of service, and raises awareness about how volunteering changes lives and strengthens communities. Read more about the incredible feats our volunteers have accomplished.
2019 Florida Master Gardener Volunteer Accomplishments
Let’s take a look back at what our volunteers contributed with the 2019 Annual Report.2019 Florida Master Gardener Volunteer Annual Report
4,057 active volunteers and 653 new volunteer trainees donated 353,955 hours of time to the state of Florida.

Thank you to all of our volunteers throughout the state of Florida.  We appreciate you!