New This Year:  Fall Children’s Garden
Calling all kids!  Denton County Master Gardener Association invites children (and their parents) to learn about gardening through planting, maintaining, and harvesting vegetables and herbs.  Join us every Thursday morning (August 23rd – November 8th) from 10 to 11 A.M. at Fairoaks in Denton. There’s no need to register, and attendance is free.  View the video on our Facebook page to see last year’s spring fun.


Design Your Yard with Earth-Kind® Landscaping course
Join the Denton County Master Gardeners Tuesday evenings from August 28 through October 2, 6–8 P.M. for the Design Your Yard with Earth-Kind® Landscaping class. This course concentrates on creating beautiful, productive yards and gardens using Earth-Kind practices that conserve time, energy, and natural resources.

Space is limited, and registration is required. For more information and to register online, see the Design Your Yard with Earth-Kind Landscaping page.


DCMGA Fall Garden Fest
Don’t miss the annual DCMGA Fall Garden Fest, October 13, 9 A.M. until 3 P.M. at the Denton County Fairgrounds, 2217 N. Carroll Blvd. in Denton.   There will be speakers, educational booths, shopping, and children’s activities. For the latest information, see the Fall Garden Fest page.

 


Become a Master Gardener
We are now accepting applications for the Denton County Master Gardener Association Class of 2019See the Become a Master Gardener page for a description of the program and an application.   Applications will be accepted through October 19.

Make plans now to join us for the annual Round Up informational meeting on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 10 AM–noon, at the Joseph A. Carroll Building, 401 W. Hickory St., Denton, TX 76201. You can meet current Master Gardeners and interns, learn about our projects and the Master Gardener training program, and ask any questions. Light refreshments will be served.


Our Mission
Denton County Master Gardener Association educates and engages county residents in the implementation of research-based horticultural and environmental practices that create sustainable gardens, landscapes, and communities.
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