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In accordance with our local mission statement, the Big Spring Master Gardener Association believes in:
expanding the capabilities of Tennessee Extension to provide residential and consumer horticultural information to individuals and groups in the community.
developing a Tennessee Extension Master Gardener volunteer network that works in close collaboration with local Extension personnel to meet local needs.
developing community programs related to horticulture. Depending on the needs of the community, these programs might include providing speakers for horticultural presentations, or demonstration or production gardens designed to improve access to information or produce.
recruiting and training volunteers interested in helping area residents solve their gardening problems.
recruiting and training volunteers interested in working with special groups within the community, such as garden clubs, civic organizations, children, the disabled, the elderly, the confined, minorities and low-income families.
Big Spring Master Gardener Association, The University of Tennessee Extension, Greene County 37745