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 Master Gardeners Projects

MCMGA Community Projects offer visibility and advertisement for the Master Gardeners program while providing area beautification. Choose from these MCMGA approved projects to earn ACE volunteer hours and community appreciation.

Smith-Trahern Mansion, a beautiful, historic site overlooking the Cumberland River in downtown Clarksville used for weddings, meetings and guided tours, features period appropriate garden beds. Co-Chairs are Katie Smith, 931-647-5893; and Aprile Cacale, 931-338-2772;

The L & N Railroad Station, a historic Clarksville site located at 10th and Commerce, is a focal landmark used for weddings, pic-nics and numerous cultural and community events. Co-Chairs are Diann Nance, 931-648-8701 and Wendy Young, 410-917-8799,

 Madison Street Adopt-a-Plot is located at the intersection of Madison St. and Dogwood Lane. MCMGA has long provided road-side beauty to this Street Department program. Co-Chairs are Barbara Plechaty, 931-358-9340 and David Baker, 931-645-3020;

The Master Gardener Hotline is a key source to understanding and sharing of gardening information, providing a wealth of knowledge to everyday gardening questions from the community. Contact is Karla Kean, 931-648-5725; Co-chairs are Diana Ruby, 931-827-4455; and Julie Stephenson, 931-494-9202;

Clarksville Police Department Headquarters, located on Commerce Street in downtown Clarksville, is a well-manicured highly visible, public site supporting our local city government. Co-Chairs are  

The Montgomery County Agricultural Extension Services Entrance Gardens and Hosta Beds have been landscaped to show-case nature’s seasonal beauty for visiting speakers and organizations. Co-Chairs are Jim Conatser, 931-561-0929 and Kit Vaughn, 931-647-9803;

 The APSU Plant the Campus Red event invites Master Gardeners each spring to lead campus volunteers in garden design and placement under the direction of university landscapers. Co-chairs are Margaret Pace, 931-647-4328; and Terry Simo, 931-436- 1977;

Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit Christian housing ministry, strives to eliminate poverty housing; Master Gardeners volunteer landscaping expertise to designated building projects. Co-Chairs are Debby Johnson, 931-368-0239,;

The Garden of Hope Community Garden project, located near Coy Lacy Park in the Beachaven area, oversees and coordinates gardening plots provided to our community members. Co-Chairs are Tina Dunlap, 931-358-9860; and Jet Alexander, 931- 561-6963

The MCMGA Garden News, submitted on-line monthly, keeps membership updated and informed of current MCMGA activities; contributions are welcome. Co-Chair is

The MCMGA Website provides a professional, pictorial on-line record of MCMGA information linking to numerous local, state and national master gardener related postings. Co- Chair is