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Gardening in the Texas Hill Country

 


WELCOME!

If you garden in the Texas Hill Country you'll find valuable information right here
 and learn more about who we are and what we do!


  And, if you don't find your answers here, call the
Kerr County AgriLife Extension office at 830.257.6568 and ask to speak
to a Hill Country Master Gardeners volunteer. If a volunteer is not available, your call will be returned. If you prefer, you can email your question to
kerr@ag.tamu.edu
 

Meet the Hill Country Master Gardeners 2014 - 2015 Scholarship Winners!

The August HCMG newsletter is posted
 

New on our website
Trying to reduce your use of our limited water resources?   Hill Country Master Gardeners List of Drought-Tolerant Plants


Looking for shade plants?   Texas Parks & Wildlife List of Shade-Loving Plants



Aggie Horticulture has lots of answers
Is something eating your tomatoes?   See the Tomato Problem-Solver

Do the leaves on your squash or gourd plants look strangely fuzzy? See the Cucurbit Problem-Solver
 



Garden and Landscape Enjoyment While Preserving and Protecting the Environment
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      Attention HILL COUNTRY Master Gardeners:


Login to learn more about the HCMG SPECIALIST SCHOLARSHIP available to members
 

Have an area of expertise to share?  Want to go international with it?
Planners for the 2015 Master Gardeners International Conference seeking speakers


TIMELY REPORTING OF YOUR VOLUNTEER HOURS IS IMPORTANT!
 
Report your volunteer hours and CE hours using
VMS
(Volunteer Management System)
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log your hours


Interns: The form for reporting your hours can be accessed by logging on

Remember you may audit classroom training sessions for CEU credit
Check the Calendar on this website for more information
 
 

                             

   
 

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