Courses start three times per year, October 1, November 15th and February 1st. Registration deadlines are one week before the course is set to start.
Students enrolled in the Atlantic Master Gardener Training Program, must also complete the Master Gardener Summer School, to receive their certificate. This 5-day, in-person course, runs on campus every July.
Learn and share
Get together with other gardeners who share a passion for horticulture and are dedicated to learning and growing their knowledge to share with their community.
The Master Gardener training program caters to participants who have a passion for gardening, wanting to expand their knowledge in the horticulture field, or wanting to become a Master Gardener!
The training program consists of four independent-study classes available online and a one-week, on-site summer school. Participants have the opportunity to take one course or all courses.
A passion for gardening
Master Gardener organizations are a network of associations throughout North America who share a passion for gardening.
Volunteers dedicated to providing horticultural information to the public run these not-for-profit organizations.
Check out more information on how to become a Master Gardener in your area through the Atlantic Master Gardener Association: “Master Gardeners in Training must successfully complete an educational component in addition to meeting the required annual volunteer hours (25 a year) for two years and 8 hours of continuing education every 2 years before they can become certified as Master Gardeners.”
Register for your first course to be enrolled in the Master Gardener Program.