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[Master Gardener Association of Passaic County]

The Rutgers Master Gardener (PDF) program is a research-based training opportunity to become volunteers for horticultural service projects and community stewardship and beautification programs throughout Passaic County. Classes are held weekly from September to June on a weekly basis, every Thursday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, from September 5, 2019 and will continue through June 13, 2020. With a winter break from November 28 until January 2, 2020.  Classes consist of horticulture-related lessons range in topics from plant propagation, botany, lawn care, plant pathology, understanding soil,  introduction to Landscaping design and general entomology, among others. Classes include lectures, field trips, and hands-on activities.Anyone with an interest in gardening and a commitment to volunteer service can become a Rutgers Master Gardener. No previous education or training is required. To learn more about the Master Gardners Association of Passaic County please visit their website.

Rutgers Master Gardeners

Rutgers Master Gardener Helpline: 973-305-5743 (9:30am–Noon, Monday–Friday)

Providing the following services:

  • Plant Diagnosis
  • Plant, insect, weed, and disease identification
  • Provide NJAES fact sheets (on a variety of topics)
  • Soil test kits (please call for more information)
  • Gardening demonstrations
  • Horticultural education
  • Community and youth gardening
  • Beautification and maintenance of public gardens

Rutgers Master Gardener Projects Include:

Become a Rutgers Master Gardener

For more Information

Cecilia Diaz
Program Associate II
Cooperative Extension of Passaic County
Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station
930 Riverview Dr., Suite 250
Totowa, NJ 07512-1167
Phone: 973-305-5748
Email: cd765@njaes.rutgers.edu