Are you interested in becoming a Master Gardener? Level 1 Master Gardening training includes 36 hours of in-depth classroom training over a twelve week period on a variety of horticulture topics including soils, botany, entomology, plant pathology, turf, vegetables, fruits, and ornamental plants. For more information and to register, please take a look at the Fall […]Read More
Each month, the UW-Extension Local Government Center publishes an announcement of UW-Extension programming and other programs of interest relating to local government that are offered in Wisconsin. For a list of upcoming local government programs in March and April, please see the Upcoming Local Government Programs Announcement.Read More
Ozaukee County UW-Extension provides resources and education in three programming areas: Agriculture, Community Development, and 4-H & Youth Development. Collectively, we:
- Bring University resources and research to the people of Ozaukee County
- Work with local governments, organizations, businesses and individuals
- Create partnerships, foster relationships, and strengthen communities
For a brief description of our programming, please see our Office Brochure.
Do you need advice about your grass, plants, trees, insects problems, or other gardening questions? Volunteer Master Gardeners are available to assist you. The Yard and Garden Line is staffed by volunteers on Thursday afternoons from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. To speak with a Master Gardener during these hours, call (262) 284-8288. In addition, you can submit questions by email to email@example.com. A Volunteer Master Gardener will respond to your question as soon as possible, generally within 24 hours.