About The Master Gardener Volunteers Program
The Master Gardener Volunteers (MGV) are community members interested in helping extend the outreach of UF/IFAS Extension's science-based horticulture information to the community. MGVs continually learn about the newest topics and trends in horticulture and extend that knowledge through community education events, school gardens, demonstration gardens, Help Desk, and tabling activities. They are committed to helping their community learn all about horticulture, including topics related to Florida-Friendly Landscaping and Sustainable Home Food Production.
Join the Nassau County MGVs
Nassau County's Master Gardner Volunteers are a great group of talented, plant enthusiasts that love sharing their knowledge and skills with the community. To become a Master Gardener Volunteer you will complete comprehensive training in the fall that is followed by a year of 75 volunteer hours. Maintaining your status as a Master Gardener Volunteer requires you to complete 35 volunteer hours and 10 continuing education units, annually.
If you are interested in becoming a Master Gardener Volunteer, join our interest list.