Class of 2019

Graduating Class of 2019

Courthouse Garden Project

Riverhead Courthouse Project

Master Gardeners poising in front of some display gardens at the Suffolk County Farm.

Busy with clean up at the Suffolk County Farm display gardens.

herb garden at SCF

The Herb Garden at the Suffolk County Farm and Education Center

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Discussing planting options

Children's Garden

Summer Camp in the Children's Garden

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Spring Gardening School

Children's Garden

Children's Garden Summer Camp - A lesson on weeds

Suffolk County Master Gardener Volunteers

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

Any Master Gardeners interested in the landscape effort tied to the renovation of the LIRR's Mastic-Shirley Train Station?  If so, please contact Roxanne Zimmer at rz378@cornell.edu. Thanks!

Master Gardener Volunteers are neighbors teaching neighbors about horticultural topics and environmentally sound gardening practices.

To become a Master Gardener Volunteer, one must successfully complete the training course, volunteer 125 hours within a 2-year period, and remain active by volunteering at least 30 hours each year after graduation.

Anyone who enjoys gardening, has a desire to share knowledge and skills, and who is willing to provide volunteer community service is encouraged to apply.


Meet a Master Gardener

Contact

Roxanne Zimmer
Community Horticulture Specialist
rz378@cornell.edu
631-727-7850 x 215

Last updated November 28, 2021