The Master Gardeners Association of Rogers County, Oklahoma



The OSU Master Gardener Program is an Oklahoma State University Extension Service program that helps Oklahoma gardeners learn more about the art and science of growing and caring for plants. It also enables these trained volunteers to extend sustainable gardening information to their communities through educational outreach programs.

Purpose and Vision

The Master Gardeners Association of Rogers County (MGARC) aspires to train volunteers to be effective community educators in gardening and environmental stewardship.  Volunteers are trained by OSU faculty and staff. Leadership for the Rogers County MG program is provided by the Rogers County Extension Horticulturist, John Haase.


Monthly Meeting information and location

The next meeting for members will be held Nov 17,2014

The next meeting open to the public will be Jan 19, 2015


Monthly meetings are normally held the third Monday of the month at 6:15PM at the County Building on S. Brady, Claremore, Oklahoma.

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MG Hours:

"Master Gardeners" the first step is to register, follow the link below and click on "create account". You will only need to do this once. After you are enrolled your county educator has to confirm activation before you can begin participating. Once that is done you will be able to click the link below and enter your email address, password and click login.

To register or login to report your MG hours click here: MG HOURS ONLINE

Activity and Education entry codes and descriptions document: Activity & Education Hours Document

Funding Sources 

  1. Each spring the MGARC volunteers donate plants from their own gardens to sell to the public.
  2. Special Events are held as needed to raise funds for MGARC projects.
  3. Sales from booths at events such as the Claremore Home, Garden and Ranch Show.
  4. Dues from returning association members.

Educational Programs

Because our community represents a diverse population, so should our programs and organizational leadership. Educational programs are to be available and applicable to all residents of Rogers County. The MGARC provides an education outreach program to several elementary schools in the community.

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