Gardeners needed to train for ‘Trees for Tomorrow’ project

Volunteer Master Gardeners (from left) Roger Lai, Esther Martinez and Christian Ordaz teach classes at the Chino Community Garden on Riverside Drive.

Adults 18 and over who would like to become Master Gardener trainees so that they can volunteer for a project called “Trees for Tomorrow” are being recruited by University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) San Bernardino County.

Training is provided online through a 50-hour class taught by subject matter experts. 

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