About Master Gardener Volunteer Program
Ohio State University Extension's Master Gardener Program is a volunteer education and service program. The Master Gardener Program operates in 68 counties state-wide. Volunteers are those interested in gardening who want to expand their knowledge and use their skills to benefit their community.
County Master Gardener News
Vindicator Solutions
Links to Vindicator Solutions from Master Gardener Article on June 13, 2013.
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Plant and Pest Diagnostic Clinic
Mahoning County Master Gardeners answer your gardening questions.
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