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Colorado Master Gardeners of Broomfield

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About Us

The Colorado Master Gardeners of Broomfield are a small, but dedicated group of local volunteers willing to assist with your gardening and horticulture questions. Each Master Gardener has received extensive training on a variety of topics which affect Colorado Landscapes, and they stand ready to assist.

Contact Us:

Phone: 303-464-5554

Email: BroomfieldMG@ColoState.edu

In Person: Broomfield Library, 3 Community Park Road, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 AM – 1 PM 

In the Community: Check out our Calendar to find out where we will be next!

Become a CMG

Do you have an interest in gardening and a desire to share your knowledge to help others? Then becoming a Colorado Master Gardener may be just the volunteer opportunity for you. Each Master Gardener completes an extensive training course geared toward preparing them to help others in their local community with yard and garden questions. Training is offered twice a year:

  • Daytime classes are typically held from mid-January to mid-April, with a combination of online and face-to-face sessions. For Broomfield apprentices, classes are held primarily in Denver and Jefferson Counties. The application process begins in September.
  • Broomfield residents also have the option of taking an evening course offered in the fall. Classes are held from 6 to 9 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays from mid-September to late November. Fall training is usually held in Broomfield or Boulder County. Applications are available in June.

Interested? Connect with Broomfield’s Master Gardener Coordinator ~ or read more about the application process on the Colorado Master Gardener website.

Resources

Prefer to do a little research on your own? Here’s an entire web-site of resources from top researchers at Colorado State University and beyond.

You can also check out the Colorado Horticulture Agent’s Blog – CoHorts – for great stories and advice.