Texas Master Gardeners is a volunteer program designed to grow horticultural information throughout the state, town by town. To become a Texas Master Gardener, a participant attends 66 hours of instruction, conducted by the local Extension county agent, then shares this knowledge by donating 50 hours of volunteer service back to the community.

The Hunt County Master Gardener Association participates in the Texas Master Gardener Association and annually wins several awards.  We maintain the Heritage Garden of Hunt County, participate in two plant swaps, hold a garden tour, work with Junior Master Gardeners, and share our knowledge with the public.