Extension Master Gardener Helpline:

Please visit the Garden Help page if you have gardening questions! 

Administrative Office:

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Tel: (802) 656-9562 (For program questions only). For gardening questions, please visit https://www.uvm.edu/extension/mastergardener/helpline
Fax: (802) 656-4656
Email: master.gardener@uvm.edu to be placed on course mailing lists

Address:
63 Carrigan Dr., Jeffords Hall - Room 206
Burlington, Vermont 05405

Google Map | Directions to Helpline (PDF) | Directions to Administrative Office (PDF)

CALS/Extension Community Horticulture:

Dr. Ann Hazelrigg, Plant Pathology/ Director-Plant Diagnostic Clinic & Community Horticulture Programs

802-656-0493 | ann.hazelrigg@uvm.edu

Contact Me About: Questions related to commercial pest and diseases.

Deb Heleba

Deb Heleba, Statewide Outreach & Education Program Manager

802-656-1777 - debra.heleba@uvm.edu

Contact Me About: Questions related to program management, (annual reports, partnerships, fundraising, grant writing, website updates, general program policies and operations). Questions about online and in-person courses and scholarships, in-person/online advanced volunteer trainings, questions about the annual conference, and questions about the Gardener Helpline operations.

 

 

 

 

 


Lisa Chouinard, Office & Program Support Generalist

802-656-9562 | lisa.chouinard@uvm.edu

Contact Me About: Finding gardening resources, how to use the volunteer listservs, how to contact volunteers/chapters around the state, questions about background checks and volunteer applications, or want to be placed on our course mailing lists. If you are a volunteer and have requests for supplies, brochures and badges for projects and/or other miscellaneous day to day administrative office related functions, please contact me.

 

 

 

 



Cindy Heath, Volunteer Coordinator (Part-Time)

603-504-4642 (C) | cindy.heath@uvm.edu

Contact Me About: Questions related to volunteering, including how to start projects and participate in both on-going and one-time volunteer projects; How to record and report your volunteer hours; How to renew your annual volunteer certification; How to re-activate or transfer from another state's EMG program; Information about volunteer Chapters and projects; and, if you are an organization, How to request assistance from an Extension Master Gardener or Composter.



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