Master Gardener Association Project List
Day in the Garden:
The Day in the Garden is an annual event presented by the Fond du Lac County Master Gardener Association. Celebrate the coming of Spring! Enjoy a variety of speakers, have lunch, browse vendors, the FdL County MG Shop and vendors, and participate in the raffle. Have a great time with other gardeners! 2021 Day in the Garden is cancelled.
Fond du Lac County Fair 4-H Judging
Fond du Lac Lutheran Home
Fond du Lac Public Library
Garden Fair/Plant Sale
If you have a lawn, garden, flower, vegetable, tree, shrub, bug, or grub question, certified Master Gardener volunteers are available to help through the growing season (April to October). We will review your concern and and email our information and recommendations to you. Because we are working safely from home this year, kindly allow up to several days for us to research and respond with an evidence-based answer. Please submit your question through this Google form. Our response will come from our official Gmail account.
KFIZ Radio Landscape Smart:
Landscape Smart is a radio program on KFIZ 1450 AM which runs on Saturdays from 8 am to 9 am. The program is sponsored by Rademann Stone & Landscape Company, Inc. Fond du Lac County Master Gardener Volunteers, along with Ron Rademann, answer gardening and landscaping questions that callers have. To listen to the past Landscape Smart podcasts, click here.
Lamartine Veteran’s Memorial Garden
New Foundations in Horticulture Training
NFDL Yellowstone & Veterans’ Memorial
Rain Barrel Education
Secondary Education Scholarship
Sports & Home Show
Veteran’s Park – Fond du Lac
UWO – Fond du Lac Campus Gardens
The Fond du Lac County Master Gardener Association offers this scholarship in order to support and encourage students of our County to pursue careers in horticulture and related fields. The scholarship of $500.00 is available to a Fond du Lac County resident, a graduating senior, or one who is already studying in the fields listed below at a college or technical school. The student receiving this scholarship should be enrolled in a full-time formal program of higher education, and plan to, or is already majoring in horticulture or a related field, such as environmental science, garden, landscape and floral design, etc.