Community projects are an important part of who the Hill Country Master Gardeners are and what we do. These projects provide a service to our communities and enable members to maintain certification as well. You will learn more about our projects through the links below.
Community Garden Projects
Click on each to learn more about the project
- Boys and Girls Club Gardens of Bandera County
- Good Samaritan Center
- Gillespie County Historical Society Museum Grounds
- Hunt School Garden & Rainwater Catchment Project
- Hill Country Master Gardeners Demonstration Garden
- Dr. John Lipe Memorial Garden, Fredericksburg
- Glory Community Garden
- First United Methodist Church Biblical Garden
- St. Barnabas Episcopal Church Landscape
- Special Opportunity Center
- Bandera County Library
- Bandera Natural History Museum
- Hill Country CARES Patio & Butterfly Garden
- Kerrville Arts and Cultural Center Landscape
- Hill Country CARES Vegetable Garden
- Herff Farms
RAIN BARREL PROJECT
This project solely supports the HCMG Horticulture Scholarship Program
Sure we are in a drought, but that is all the more reason to capture rain when it comes.
HCMG builds and sells catchment barrels that are easily attached to your home guttering system or rain chain.
We offer scholarships to college students majoring in horticulture. To learn more, check our web page for detailed information on the Hill Country Master Gardeners Horticulture Scholarship Award.
Watch this site for progress on our latest projects
Bandera County Library
Lions County Park
Kerr Arts and Cultural Center