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Extension Master Gardener (EMG)

The Extension Master Gardener program is a volunteer program that provides training in all aspects of horticulture. Master Gardeners have met specific goals and are a vital part of K-State Research and Extension's ability to provide accurate, up-to-date and research based information to our customers. Douglas County service activities are coordinated by the local county extension agent Marlin Bates.

EMG Programs/Events

March 18 (Sat.) "Gardening for wildlife" presented by Meg Mullet, Johnson Co. Extension Master Gardener. 10:00 am to 11:30 am in the Dreher Family 4-H building at the Douglas Co. Fairgrounds.

April 2 (Sun.) Gardening for birds workshop - lecture and bird feeder or house assembly. 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Registration required

June 3 (Sat.) Douglas County Master Gardeners Native Plant Sale. 9:00 am to 2:30 pm, Douglas Co. Fairgrounds.

June 3 and 4 (Sat. and Sun.) Douglas County Master Gardeners Garden Tour

Forms for Current Extension Master Gardeners

Hotline and Farmers' Market Sign Up

Deposit Voucher 2017

Donation Form 2017

Reimbursement Form 2017

EMG Position Description 2017

Participation Form

Application for EMG Projects & Activities

Hour Reporting Form


2017 EMG Handbook

2017 EMG Handbook Appendices

EMG Long Range Strategic Plan


Extension Master Gardeners

Extension Master Gardeners are trained volunteers who help educate the public about horticulture.

Educational activities relate directly to the teaching and research functions of Kansas State University.

EMG Brochure

Current EMG Update

Visit our website to see news and updates related to the program.

Extension Master Gardener Application

EMG Speakers Bureau Topics