Extension Master Gardener Helpline:

    802-656-5421

    Visit the Garden Help page for helpline information and current hours.

    Administrative Office:

    Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    Tel: (802) 656-9562 (Please, do not call this # with gardening questions. Visit Garden Help)
    Fax: (802) 656-4656
    Email: master.gardener@uvm.edu

    UVM Extension Community Horticulture Program

    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 Lab & Community Horticutlure Programs

    (802) 656-0493, ann.hazelrigg@uvm.edu

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

     

     

     

    Beret Halverson, Statewide Outreach & Education Coordinator

    802-656-1777 | beret.halverson@uvm.edu

    Contact Me About: Questions related to online and in-person courses, scholarships, advanced volunteer trainings, the annual state conference, annual reports, partnerships, promotion, social media, fundraising, grant writing, website updates, program related advertising and marketing. 

     

     

     

     

    Lisa Chouinard, Office Specialist

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

    Contact Me About: Questions about how to find something on the website, volunteer listservs, volunteer contact information, or status questions, tracking background checks and volutneer applications, requesting supplies, brochures and badges for volunteer projects and other miscellaneous day to day office related functions.

     

     

     

    Cindy Heath, Volunteer Coordinator (Part Time)

    603-543-1307| cindy.heath@uvm.edu

    Contact Me About: How to start on-going projects and participate in both on-going and one-time volunteer projects, project partnership MOUs, how to record and report your volunteers hours, how to renew your annaul volunteer certification, how to re-active or transfer from another state, and for information about local volunteer Clubs/Chapters, local events, and volunteer and educational opportunities across the state.



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