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Marshall County Associations

Department: MSU Extension- Marshall County

Get Involved with Marshall County Extension Office by joining in on our associations!

Marshall County Master Gardeners Association

Marshall County Master Gardeners after completing a service project.
Marshall County Master Gardeners after completing a service project.

Marshall County Master Gardener Association (MCMGA) works on projects within Marshall County! They work to keep Marshall County Fairgrounds, Museum, Courthouse, and our Extension Office looking nice. They meet every other month at the Marshall County Extension Office in Holly Springs. They participate in a variety of events to educate youth, adults, and each other on gardening/horticulture topics.

Here's a bit of information on how to get involved if you're interested in joining this group.

To become a Master Gardener, you must complete the online course. The course is self-paced online. Registration will open in August and the course will be available in the fall.

The cost for the Master Gardener training is $125 for those who want to become certified volunteers and provide 40 hours of service. Call our office to get on the list to receive notification when the course registration opens up.

Marshall County Cattlemen’s Association

Marshall County Cattlemen's Association Board Members after a quarterly meeting.
Marshall County Cattlemen's Association Board Members after a quarterly meeting.

Marshall County Cattlemen's Association (MCCA) meets quarterly in the months of January, April, July, and October. At their quarterly meeting, they have a guest speaker that will present on topics related to cattle. Quarterly meetings are held in the evenings at the Marshall County Extension Office and dinner is provided.

Dues are $15 for county and $50 for state.

The Marshall County Cattlemen's Association is a county chapter of the Mississippi Cattlemen's Association. The MCA was established in 1946 and has since been dedicated to serving the members of the beef cattle industry.

Marshall County Cattlemen's Association and you, as a member, are working hard to influence government issues, such as animal health issues, taxes, private property rights, and risk management.

Marshall County Forestry Association

MCFA members and Agent Lemon Phelps presenting Tree Planting Week at Heritage Academy in Holly Springs, MS.
MCFA members and Agent Lemon Phelps presenting Tree Planting Week at Heritage Academy in Holly Springs, MS.

Marshall County Forestry Association (MCFA) meets quarterly in the months of March, June, September, and December. They have guest speakers that talk about different topics related to forestry in Mississippi. They host field days, workshops, and Catch-A-Dream Silent Auction each year.

Dues are $15 for the county.

Marshall County Forestry Association works hard to influence government issues, such as forestry policy, taxes, the environment, and private property rights.

The Marshall County Forestry Association is a county chapter of the Mississippi Forestry Association. It is a nonprofit organization, established to promote an understanding of and appreciation for the forest and forest-based industries in Mississippi.

Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers of Marshall County

MHV members with ribbons after their annual county fashion show.
MHV members with ribbons after their annual county fashion show.

Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers (MHV) of Marshall County meet each month at the Marshall County Extension Office for training, workshops, and/or service projects. They enjoy learning about a range of topics.

MHV’s goal is "To strengthen families through education and community involvement."

Dues are $5 for the county and $10 for the state.

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