Who We Are

The Adams County Master Gardeners Association (ACMGA) was formed in May 2000 by a small group of gardeners who wanted to use their love and knowledge of gardening to make a difference in their community.

Our Goals & Objectives

The goal of the MG Program is to train enthusiastic volunteers so they can, in turn, provide research-based information on a wide variety of horticultural topics to the general public in their communities.

Our main objectives:

  1. To offer ongoing education for members of the ACMGA in all areas of horticulture.
  2. To encourage, foster, support, and promote horticulture for all residents of Adams County.
  3. To promote the conservation of our natural resources.
  4. To perform community service projects that enhance the quality of life for Adams County residents.

The Adams County UW-Extension Office serves as the local advisor to that ACMGA Program and provides support and educators involved with MG training.  Feel free to contact the Extension office if you have any questions concerning the ACMGA program.  608-339-4237

The ACMGA is managed by a non-specified number of members making up the Board of Directors, which meets monthly (no meeting in December). Complete minutes of past meetings are available from the Secretary of the Board.

Current Board Members 2018

PRESIDENT:  Della Julseth  608-339-0128

SECRETARY:  Donna Bulahog  715-416-3646

TREASURER:  Cyndi Snyder  608-403-1337


  • Joanne Elliott 608-584-5216
  • Linda Bailey 608-584-6551
  • Robyn Preston 608-339-8064


  • Evan Henthorne


  • Chairman –  Florence Johnson
  • Vice Chair – Paul Pisellini
  • Committee – Barb Morgan
  • Committee – Rick Pease
  • Committee – Jerry Poehler
  • Committee – Kevin Bork
  • Committee – Onufry Karch


  • Lynn Dolata
  • Della Julseh


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