Oklahoma Master Gardener℠ Program
The Oklahoma Master GardenerSM Program is a volunteer training program conducted by University Extension designed to help county extension centers meet the demands for consumer horticulture information. Master Gardeners take classroom training coordinated by local extension staff with the assistance of state extension specialists located at Oklahoma State University. After classroom training is completed, program participants are involved in an internship program of volunteer services coordinated by local extension centers. Volunteer service components vary widely around the state, but in all cases are educational, extension related, and represent the interests of University Extension.
Oklahoma Master Gardeners have become a vital part of Extension's ability to provide consumers with up-to-date, research-based information. Master Gardening has also become a popular volunteer activity that gives its participants a sense of community spirit, accomplishment, and intellectual stimulation.
State Master Gardener Conference
2017 Master Gardening Conference (map)
June 15-16, 2017
Central Technology Center
3 Ct. Circle, Drumright, OK
Hosted by the Creek County Master Gardeners
Check out the speakers for 2017 Conference.
Becoming a Master Gardener
- Is the Oklahoma MGSM Program for you?
- Who can become Master Gardener?
- Finding an Oklahoma Master GardenerSM Program near you.
New: The Oklahoma MG Volunteer Reporting System
The Oklahoma Master GardenerSM Program On-Line Volunteer Reporting System is a convenient way to report your volunteer service hours, continuing education hours, and other activities from anywhere you have access to a computer. The system allows you to create and review your record of Master Gardener volunteer activities and to communicate these to your local Master Gardener Program faculty member, coordinator, and/or staff.