2024 Pamlico County Extension Master Gardener Training Course Graduates

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The N.C. Cooperative Extension, Pamlico County office would like to introduce our newest Extension Master Gardener interns who recently completed our 40-hour volunteer training course.

Janet Chinea, Rick Kendall, Jane Potter, Mary Jane Westphal, Monica Lauze, Shelia Moore Cantine, Guylene Thomas, Casey Brown, Anna Daniels, Dottie Baker, Lori Gaskins (Pamlico County’s 2024 Master Gardener Volunteer Trainee Graduates)

These participants received instruction on growing vegetables, maintaining turfgrass, producing tree fruit and small fruit, and controlling pests within the landscape. To celebrate the completion of this course, participants visited the gardens at Tryon Palace in New Bern, NC and learned about various landscape plants that are adapted to our local climate, and others that have a historical relationship to our area.

Pamlico 2024 Master Gardener class graduates in Tryon Palace gardens looking at historical plants

Participants who have completed this course may now obtain the title of NC State Extension Master Gardener℠ volunteer by completing volunteer service hours with N.C. Cooperative Extension. If you recognize these participants, please congratulate them for completing this course. We look forward to working with them to bring home horticulture related instruction and assistance to the citizens of Pamlico County.

Should you like to learn more about the Extension Master Gardener program in North Carolina, please visit https://emgv.ces.ncsu.edu/. To learn more about the subject matter that is discussed during this training, review the Extension Gardener Handbook. Both of these websites provide additional links to resources and information available through NC State Extension that can help you grow productive and sustainable landscapes.

You may also contact Daniel Simpson (Pamlico County Agriculture Extension Agent) at 252-745-4121 or Daniel_simspon@ncsu.edu to ask questions of discuss issues within your landscape.