Master Gardener Info Day Held In Cantonment; Still Time To Join The Program

August 7, 2019

Twenty people took part in a volunteer open house Tuesday in Cantonment to learn more about the University of Florida’s Master Gardener Volunteer Program.

Attendees learned about training sessions, volunteer activities and the role of master gardeners in the community  during the program at the Escambia County Extension Service offices on Stefani Road.

For information about the Master Gardener Program,  contact Beth Bolles with Escambia County Extension at (850) 475-5230 or at bbolles@ufl.edu. Applications are available until September 2.

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