The Brazoria County Master Gardener Association is a volunteer development program offered by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, designed to increase the availability of horticultural information and improve your quality of life through horticultural projects. Master Gardeners aid AgriLife Extension by answering telephone requests for horticultural information; establishing and maintaining demonstration gardens at the Brazoria Environmental Education Station (B.E.E.S.); working with special audiences in the community; and assisting with AgriLife Extension programs. Visit our Master Gardeners program online for additional information at: http://txmg.org/brazoria/. Want to know more about the Texas Master Gardener program in Brazoria County? Click here for an FAQ webpage.
Have a gardening question? Brazoria Master Gardeners are here to help. Questions can also be left through message at (979) 864-1558. Need a timely answer through email? Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more about the Brazoria County Master Gardeners Association, Click Here.
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Click on the image to check on the weather at the Brazoria Environmental Education Station, 799 E Hospital Drive, Angleton
Community Partners and Programs:
Keep Pearland Beautiful: http://keeppearlandbeautiful.org/
Keep Pearland Beautiful is a non-profit environmental organization whose mission is to empower Pearland citizens to take responsibility for their environment. Garden lectures are supported through Keep Pearland Beautiful 2nd Thursday of every month.
For more information about Brazoria County Horticulture programs or to request professional service, contact Horticulture Agent Stephen Brueggerhoff by email or call (979) 864-1393.