An Abundance of Volunteer Opportunities in Support of Our Community
To help you fulfill your volunteer obligation of at least 12 hours a year, here is a list of Guadalupe County Master Gardener volunteer projects. Some have no chair or coordinator (you are welcome to take the project over); others have a chair or coordinator listed so that you can ask questions or volunteer. Remember, all of these projects need you to help. Even if you do not want to be the chair, you can still volunteer and help make Guadalupe County a better place.
If you do not have a directory of master gardeners with their contact information so that you can directly reach a project coordinator, call the AgriLife Extension Office and a staff member will put you in touch. (830.303-3889)
KWED Radio Commentator Help We can always use Master Gardeners who have a gardening topic that they love to talk about (or just want to learn a whole bunch about) who would be willing to take the discussion lead on a Saturday morning show. Just call Bob Grafe 830-743-3399 firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll book you for a special radio show date!
Guadalupe County Community Garden (GCCG)– 1101 Elbel Road , Schertz, TX 78154 behind the County Annex Building . Contact email@example.com Standing Tuesday and Thursday mornings workdays, weather permitting. and 2nd Saturday of each month, Educational events TBA. Volunteers will monitor – maintain raised beds, repair, & plant. Master Gardeners use the garden to demonstrate various garden practices from raised beds, composting, row covers and other method. Produce grown is donated to Local Food Banks and other needy programs.
Master Gardener Phone Line & Library. Mondays from 9 to noon at the AgriLife Extension Building.Volunteers needed to run copies for our various events, package seeds and answer phones. Contact Betty Hughes at 830.401.4066 or firstname.lastname@example.org to find out what days she needs people.
We need seeds for our events. Just drop them by the AgriLife Extension Office, labeled with the name (common name & Latin if you know it) and the year they were harvested. If there is a specific color, mention that too. No Mountain Laurel please. If the seed is rare or an heirloom, add that to the description.