The Cabell County Master Gardeners meeting on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. The recordings of the educational portion will be placed here following the meeting. If you would like to register for the live meetings. Check their Facebook page for up to date happenings and trainings.

Register in advance for this meeting: 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

The West Virginia University Extension Master Gardener Program provides people interested in gardening with the opportunity to expand their knowledge and sharpen their skills by taking part in Basic/Level 1 training program that provides in-depth training in various aspects of horticulture. This program helps residents better understand horticultural and environmental issues through community engagement in gardening and beautification projects at schools, parks, public institutions, community organizations, and locations throughout the state.

Over sixteen weeks, trainees will receive 48 hours of instruction in botany, plant propagation, entomology, pesticides and pest management, plant disease, soil science and nutritional management, turfgrass management, vegetable gardening, tree fruits, small fruit, pruning, landscape design, woody ornamentals, indoor plants, herbaceous plants, and garden wildlife management.