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  • Every Fall Chesapeake Master Gardener Volunteers visit First Grade Classrooms across Chesapeake Public Schools to Teach about Trees and Plant Trees.
  • Our 2016 Plant Sale will be on Friday April 29 (8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.) and Saturday April 30 (8:00 a.m. to noon). See more details under the Programs and Events tab dropdown menu.

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Chesapeake Master Gardener Holiday Celebration

The Chesapeake Master Gardeners enjoyed a holiday lunch on December 6 from 11 am to 2 pm. All of the members brought their favorite dish and it was a delicious spread of food. They are great cooks as well as great gardeners. Elaine Ballance and Michael Andruczyk looked fantastic in their holiday attire and presented the yearly awards to the members.  

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Most Direct Teaching Hours Awards went to John Brickbichler, Helene Haluska and Amy Weber. Most ContinuingEducation Hours Awards went to Charles Lastinger, Helene Haluska and June Vinson. Most Combined Volunteer Hours Awards were presented to Kathy King, Ed Bradley and Kandy Keith. Rookie of the Year Award for the most volunteer hours over the 50 required went to two interns - Yen Bao and Janet Grubbs. 

Busy Bee Awards for hours logged 11 months of the year went to Brenda Barrett, Linda Baskerville, John Brickbichler, Ed Bradley, Linda Bradley, Carolyn Dusenbury, Becky Greenwald, Helen Haluska, Patty Hamilton, Haley Harness, Brenda Huff, Kandy Keith, Kathy King, Charles Lastinger, Brenda Orton, Jan Reynierse, Vicki Roberts, Nadine Scott, Amy Weber, Freny Werbinski, Chuck West, and Sandy West. Many Hats Awards - Eight or More Various Projects - were presented to Yen Bao, Jessica Bolen, Janet Grubbs, Patty Hamilton, Brenda Huff, Kandy Keith, Kathy King, Toni McKenna, Vicki Roberts, Ceil Rochevot, Nadine Scott, Amy Weber and Shaun Wynn-Bouder. 

Golden Ticket Awards and their choice of a Beautiful Orchid {for 50 teaching hours over the required 20} went to John Birckbichier, Helene Haluska, Patty Hamilton, Karon Hardy, Mary Hammel, Gerald Hartis, Kandy Keith, Molly Kern, Kathy King, Toni McKenna, Brenda Orton, Jerry Phillips, Vicki Roberts, Amy Weber and Freny Werbinski. 

Congratulations to all of the award winners and thank you for all of your hours of service to the Chesapeake Master Gardener Program. Mike and Elaine couldn't do it without all of your outstanding service. Happy Hoildays to everyone!

Changes are Happening in the Teaching Garden


The Chesapeake Master Gardeners just completed a Espalier Garden on the north west corner of the Teaching Garden. It will be used to teach about the Espalier plant training methods and plants that grow in wet areas. 

Additional changes are being made in the bird and butterfly garden. Some of the overgrown holly bushes and other non-flowering plants have been removed.  They will soon be replaced with pollinator friendly perennials and shrubs to feed and attract butterflies, birds and other beneficial insects. 

Chesapeake Master Gardeners Speakers Bureau

The Chesapeake Master Gardeners' Speakers Bureau offers free, educational presentations to the community for groups composed of five or more individuals. Our Master Gardener speakers will share their years of experience through targeted (30 minute+) presentations in their areas of expertise.  

Please see the Speakers Bureau Roster for more information on available speakers and topics.  To request a speaker, simply fill out a Speaker Request Form at least one month in advance of the event, and you will be contacted to further discuss how we can assist you.


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NOTE: Our CMG Calendar (linked to the left) has been created solely for Chesapeake Master Gardeners and includes advanced education and volunteer opportunities that may not be listed on our public calendar.  Intern training dates are available via Intern Corner.

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Office: 310 Shea Drive
Chesapeake, VA 23322




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