Climate Resources for Master Gardeners
 
Climate Resources for Master Gardeners Guide

About the Climate Resources for Master Gardeners Guide


The CoCoRaHS Climate Resources for Master Gardeners Guide introduces elements of climate important to gardeners.  An overview of climate patterns and differences is shown. Links to local climate information are provided. Topics include: Climate & Gardening, Sunshine, Temperature, Humidity and Dew Point, Precipitation, Wind, Evapotranspiration, Climate Resources, Climate Change and CoCoRaHS.
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For more information on this guide for local Master Gardener presentations please contact: hreges@atmos.colostate.edu
 
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Extension Master Gardener

About the Master Gardener Program


Master gardener programs (also known as Extension Master Gardener Programs) are volunteer programs affiliated with a land-grant university and one of its cooperative extension service offices to educate the public on gardening and horticultural issues. Typically, master gardeners receive extensive training and then answer questions via phone, speak at public events and participate in community gardening displays.[1]  [From Wikipedia]


For more Master Gardener program information, visit the websites listed below.