UT Extension-Greene County
The Big Spring Master Gardener Association has had two very productive and profitable years.
The organization officially began in April of 2010 with the inception of ten original Master Gardener trainees from Greene County Extension.
The organization has proceedeed to grow in the last two years with an overall membership of over thirty at the present time.
Currently, the BSMGA is actively involved with several community projects throughout the county. Please see the "Projects" tab for more information.
In accordance with our local mission statement, the Big Spring Master Gardener Association believes in:
Pictured L-R: Patricia Hayes, Pat Moore, and Randi Nott. The New Hope Cemetery Project recently held a reception at the Nathanael Greene Museum in honor of the project. There were representatives from the BSMGA, Tusculum College, the New Hope/Shiloh community, the Nathanael Greene Museum board members, and the New Hope Cemetery Association. The flow of people was steady and the feedback was very positive.
"Promoting the community through
beautification efforts to market and showcase local activities and events!"
"Protecting the community through environmental stewardship
programs geared at sustainable and organic farm living and water
"Preserving the community through efforts aimed at buying local, preserving your natural heritage and culture and instilling value in our local agritourism endeavors."