Benefits and Purpose of JMG

Increase leadership and personal responsibility.

Improved academic achievement.

Knowledge in environmental science and gardening.

Health of body and soul.

Identify community needs and volunteer opportunities.

Peer and cross-generational mentoring.

Early Childhood: Learn, Grow, Eat & Go!

Early Childhood, ages 4-5 years old, will meet every other Friday for five weeks.

The first session is Friday, March 15th 10:30AM-11:30AM.

Following dates are: March 29th, April 12th, April 26th, and May 9th.

Level One: Learn, Grow, Eat & Go!

Level One, 3rd-5th grade, will meet twice a week on Mondays and Wednesdays for 10 weeks.

Students may become eligible for certification by attending all Learn, Grow, Eat & Go sessions and completing one service-learning project.

For more information contact our JMG Coordinator, Julie at

Alabama’s Mountains, Rivers and Valleys Resource Conservation and Development Councils, INC.

The Athens-Limestone County Public Library is able to provide the Junior Master Gardener Program through grant funds provided by Alabama’s Mountains, Rivers and Valleys RC&D Council.

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