The Alabama Master Gardeners Association (AMGA) was incorporated in 1993. The Officers and Board of Directors are comprised of representatives from many of the associations in the State of Alabama. The Board meets quarterly to address statewide program issues.
The mission of the Alabama Master Gardeners Association is to assist and support the Alabama Cooperative Extension System in its education outreach program and to support the local Master Gardener Associations in their pursuit of continuing education in the field of horticulture and providing volunteer service through horticultural based assistance, education and community projects.
AMGA presently has more than 2000 members statewide representing approximately 35 associations. Over 224,000 volunteer hours were reported to the Alabama Cooperative Extension Agents during the year.
Since the implementation of the Master Gardener program in the State of Alabama over 6000 people have been trained and certified as Master Gardeners.
Read More information on AMGA Articles of Incorporation.