|Officers & Board Members|
|Randle T. Moore Center|
|Reporting Volunteer Hours|
Forms available to the Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners.
Listing of current officers & board members of the Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners (NWLAMG).
The 2018 Master Gardener class for Caddo, Bossier, Red River and DeSoto parishes will begin mid-January, 2018.
Brent Jeansonne, LSU AgCenter associate extension area agent, offers tips on training blackberry bushes.
The 2017 Northwest Louisiana Region (Caddo Parish) Master Gardener Training is now underway with 26 eager horticulture-loving participants.
The Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners will hold their annual spring garden tour, Le Tour des Jardins on May 6 and 7, 2017.
Garden committee finalizing the selections of beautiful home gardens for the tour.
The Pioneer Heritage Center is a living museum located on the campus of LSU Shreveport.
The Fifth Annual Fall Heirloom Bulb Sale presented by the Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners
The Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners presents a series of lectures -- World of Gardening Lecture Series -- on various gardening topics. These one-day events are free and open to the public although pre-registration is requested.
The Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners hold their annual spring plant sale each year on the grounds of the Randle T. Moore Center in Shreveport.
Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners help plant and maintain the gardens surrounding the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum.
The JMG Program is an innovative youth gardening project that is modeled after the adult Master Gardener Program.
This project provides education and assistance for the creation and ongoing support of community gardens.
The Randle T. Moore Center is a unique joint venture between the City of Shreveport, the LSU AgCenter and the Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners (NWLAMG).
The Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners are proud to announce a wonderful tour complete with five gardens designed and maintained by home gardeners and one professionally designed and maintained garden.
The Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners (NWLAMG) present the Community Grants Program.
The Northwest Louisiana Master Gardener Program is a volunteer training program that trains people in horticulture in exchange for a return of 40 hours of volunteer service dedicated back into the program, sharing what has been learned with other gardeners.
The Seedling is the newsletter of the Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners. Master Gardener Sara Burroughs, the editor of this bi-monthly publication, seeks submissions of articles, recipes and other information of interest to our organization and the gardening public.
The Louisiana Master Gardeners of the Shreveport/Bossier area of Louisiana welcome you to our webpages. We are a diverse group of people made up of all ages who share a common love. . . gardening!
A list of approved projects and activities of the Northwest La. Master Gardeners.