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For more information about the 2018 Junior Master Gardeners Camp in Davidson County, please email jrmg@mgofdc.org.

Sample Camp Schedule
  • Day 1: Soil, Compost, Water-wise, Basic Botany, and Garden Safety
  • Day 2: Vegetable Gardening, Recycle/Reuse/Repurpose, Making Potting Soil, Container Gardening, and Raised Bed Gardening
  • Day 3: Birds, Trees, Native Plants, and Nutrition
  • Day 4: Garden Latin, Herbs, Bees, Insects, and Propagation
  • Day 5: Landscape Design, Soil Lab, Floral Design, and Tennessee Agricultural Museum

Junior Master Gardeners Camp

Our annual Junior Master Gardeners Camp adapts varying subjects, methods, and techniques for ages 9 thru 14 during a week-long camp filled with classroom learning and practical hands-on learning in our Demonstration Garden

2018 Camp Details

Junior Master Gardener Camp will be conducted June 11-15, 2018 at the UT Extension Central Region administration building on the campus of Ellington Agricultural Center, 5201 Marchant Dr, Nashville, TN 37211. The camp is held 9am to 3pm daily.

The camp is staffed by UT Extension agents and certified Master Gardener volunteers. Snacks and beverages are providing during morning and afternoon breaks. Lunch is not provided and campers should bring a lunch each day. Appropriate clothing should be worn by campers for outdoor activities and walking tours.

Enrollment is limited to 25 campers and the cost per camper is $50. Complete and return our Junior Camp Registration Form with payment to UT Extension, P.O. Box 196300, Nashville, TN 37219. 

* Please note that registration is not considered complete unless accompanied by the camp fee. Applications are processed on a first come, first served basis.

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