Community Projects

Your local Master Gardener volunteers and interns are interested in facilitating public education and participation in local environmental stewardship projects, including management of urban and community trees and community gardens.

Listed below are some of the major projects and programs that Master Gardeners volunteer to help design, implement, present, and/or maintain for members of the local community.

Community Projects and Programs

Annual Plant Expo Annual Plant Expo
Every year during May, the Master Gardeners of Stark County hold a Plant Expo at the Stark County Fairgrounds. The annual expo includes: (a) research-based gardening and agricultural information; (b) educational programs of local interest; and (c) a variety of plants offered for sale to the public.
Community Learning Gardens Community Learning Gardens
The Learning Gardens consist of Phenology, Butterfly and Rain gardens. All gardens are located at the Extension Office and are maintained by Master Gardener Volunteers.
Stark County Fairgrounds Entrance Garden Stark County Fairgrounds Entrance Garden
Beginning each Spring, Master Gardener Volunteers start the process of maintaining the garden at the Main Entrance to the Stark County Fairgrounds. Maintaining the garden provides the Stark County Fairgrounds with an attractive garden setting that visitors can enjoy.
Annual Plant Expo Annual Plant Expo
Every year during May, the Master Gardeners of Stark County hold a Plant Expo at the Stark County Fairgrounds. The annual expo includes: (a) research-based gardening and agricultural information; (b) educational programs of local interest; and (c) a variety of plants offered for sale to the public.
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