Washington County Master Gardeners

How to Become a Washington County Master Gardener

The Washington County Master Gardener Program recruits individuals who are interested in gardening and enjoy sharing what they learn with others. Join the many other Washington County Master Gardener volunteers who provide a valuable service to our community by assisting homeowners with their horticulture questions.


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Master Gardener Activities

Certified Washington County Master Gardeners work through their county Extension office to educate Floridians and provide research-based information about gardening. Washington County Master Gardeners can fulfill their volunteer hours in a variety of ways, including:

  • Answer homeowner questions over the phone or in person
  • Go on horticulture related yard calls (with the Master Gardener Coordinator)
  • Participating in community and school garden projects
  • Giving educational programs to the public
  • Supporting youth activities, including 4-H
  • Working in or overseeing the Demonstration Beds
  • Community Service Projects
Think you might be interested in becoming a Master Gardener? Click Master Gardener Application for an application and more information.
For more information about the Master Gardener program contact the Washington County Extension office at (850)638-6180. For extended information on the University of Florida Master Gardener Program click UF Master Gardener.

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