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Clark County

Clark County
913 Highland, PO Box 488
Ashland, KS 67831-0488

Office: 620-635-2811
Cell: 620-635-0247

Amber Graff: aagraff@ksu.edu

Master Gardener Program

The K-State Research & Extension Extension Master Gardener program is a volunteer program that provides horticultural training in exchange for help supporting the work of local units. Volunteer expectations vary by local unit and can be adjusted as necessary. Training and volunteer hours are coordinated by local Extension agents. Volunteer activities vary widely, all are educational, Extension horticulture-related, and represent the mission and purpose of KSRE to deliver unbiased, research-based information to
stakeholders in Kansas. 


2021 Master Gardener Flyer


Who Can Become a Master Gardener?logo

Anyone with interest in horticulture can apply for the EMG program if the local unit has an active program and is accepting applicants. If you want to improve your skills and knowledge and you like to work with people, the EMG program may be for you.



You need to be available for about 40 to 50 hours of daytime training classes on Thursday afternoons via zoom from September 2, 2021 - December 16, 2021. If are unavailabel at this time, the ZOOM sessions will be recorded and can be watched at a later time.

The Fall 2021 EMG training will be offered at the Clark County Extension Office via ZOOM. 

It is also available to be watched at home via ZOOM.

To utilize this option you must have access to the internet, a computer that has microphone and camera capabilities.

Anyone interested in taking the Master Gardener courses must have an actively monitored email account.

You must have at least a High School Diploma or the equivalent.