Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Master Gardeners of Greene County Plan Chapter Anthology

We met with Lola Fry, historian for the Master Gardeners of Greene County to discuss plans for their History Anthology. The anthology is planned to commemorate the Master Gardeners 30th Anniversary. Lola is gathering articles from their archives and stories from their members.

Mozark Press is delighted to help with this project. Target date for publication is December 2014. Just in time for the holidays!

About the Master Gardeners:

Master Gardeners are trained volunteers with gardening backgrounds ranging from hobbyist to professional, from beginner to experienced, from young adult to senior citizen. The common bond is a love of gardening, learning and sharing. After training, Master Gardeners serve as a resource with University of Missouri Extension to give county residents research-based answers to their gardening questions. The primary purpose of a Master Gardener is to volunteer, but members rate camaraderie and learning opportunities as important reasons for participating. To become a Master Gardener, call 417-881-8909

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