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Master Gardener’s Manual

Congratulations on the decision to enroll in the Oklahoma Master Gardener Volunteer Program. This program is offered by the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service (OCES) at Oklahoma State University, which carries on a tradition of agricultural and family and consumer science education spanning over a century. With an office in every county, OCES is the most pervasive outreach arm of OSU. It takes research-based university knowledge into homes, businesses and communities of all Oklahoma citizens. We would like you to better understand what OCES does, how it helps fulfill OSU’s land-grant mission, and what additional benefits are available. The Master Gardener Volunteer Program comes with a rich history and we would like to share it with you.

 

This is a high resolution of the manual used for Master Gardener training.

 

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