Has anyone gone through their local Master Gardener program? There is one here, in Sedgwick County, that goes through the K-State Research and Extension Office. $100 for material, 48 hours of volunteer time and you get 48 hours of training. Every year after that you do 48 hours of volunteer work and get continuing education courses. To anyone that is a Master Gardener or has been please tell me about your experience. Both on a personal/knowledge basis and a professional basis. Classes are all day on Thursdays from the end of September through the end of December. Not too excited about that schedule but you gotta put the time in to get anything out! Thanks.