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Community Projects

Behind the scenes at many of the parks, gardens, nature centers, and wetland reserves you will find Master Gardeners.  The Outagmie County Master Gardener Association is one of 53 chapters throughout Wisconsin.  We are dedicated horticultural volunteers, providing education and service to our community.  Not only do we dig, plant and weed, we also give presentations, sponsor a garden walk and host one of the finest spring plant sales around.

Our home base is at the UW-Extension Office at 3365 W Brewster Ave., Appleton.  We maintain several gardens on the property for display to the public:  the Learning Garden, Rose Garden, Welcome Garden, and Memory Shade Garden.  When volunteers are working there, they can answer questions and explain more about the different types of planting and plants. 

Below are other gardens and activities in which the OCMGA members are involved.

Many other projects are sanctioned for a given year and must be resanctioned to continue.  If you're interested in submitting an application for a project or you would like to ask the assistance of the OCMGA, please contact President Steve Schultz at gardenmasterguy@aol.com.