Etobicoke Master Gardeners (EMG) was formed in January 2005 to support and provide valuable resources to the Etobicoke Gardening Community.
EMG members meet at the Kingsway-Lambton United Church the fourth Wednesday of most months from 7 to 10 p.m.
We welcome inquiries from enthusiastic and interested individuals wishing to:
- learn more about joining our group
- studying for Master Gardener (MG) designation
- increasing and sharing their knowledge
- network, share ideas, and work with others who have similar interests
EMG comprises 29 active members: 25 Master Gardeners (MG) and 4 Master Gardeners in Training (MGIT) who are in the process of studying for Master Gardener Certification. We welcome inquiries from enthusiastic and interested individuals wishing to learn more about joining our group.
History of the Organization
Established in 1985, Master Gardeners of Ontario Inc. (MGOI) is an independent non-profit organization, run by volunteers, dedicated to providing accurate and relevant horticultural information to the public. The Master Gardener program in
Ontario was started by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) and was funded by them until 1996 when MGOI was created and incorporated as an independent non-profit organization.
Master Gardeners (MGs) in the Province of Ontario are experienced gardeners who have studied horticulture extensively and continue to upgrade their skills through technical training. To learn more about Master Gardeners visit mgoi.ca
Thank you to everyone who joined the Etobicoke Master Gardeners, and Humber Arboretum at the Invasive Plants workshop.
Check-out the details on the 2023 Workshop Series!
For full details visit our Community Activities page
Our upcoming Workshop Topic on June 10, 2023 is "Pollinator Friendly Gardening - Virtual Session
Join the Etobicoke Master Gardeners and the Humber Arboretum for a free workshop on Pollinator Friendly Gardening. Learn about some important local pollinators and their importance in our backyard ecology, which plants and other features that can turn your garden into a haven for pollinators, and how to support them in your own yard.