2017 TMGA Conference Website

logoApril 27-May 1, 2017

DID YOU MISS THE REGISTRATION DEADLINE?  We have retained a very small number of staterooms for latecomers.  But don’t delay, they are limited! 

Come join us for aboard the Carnival Liberty™ for four special days of education and fellowship, along with sun, fun and ocean waves! Your conference fee will get you 8 hours of exclusive education content during our time at sea and we’ll spend a day in Cozumel, where you may choose a shore excursion or just stay on-board and relax.

Prefer to stay on solid ground? Join us in Galveston on Monday, May 1st for the AWARDS LUNCHEON at Moody Gardens and an afternoon of tours and experiences. We’re working towards securing great hotels for your stay both before and after the cruise.

Watch our fun and informative cruise video!

We are thrilled to announce the WINNERS of our cruise giveaways!  winnerThe drawings took place at our August Directors Meeting on Saturday, August 13, 2016.  All winners will be contacted via email.

Three $50 Carnival gift cards for use on ship:  Margaret A, Glenda V, Sandra W

Two $75 Onshore Excursions in Cozumel:  James V, Sylvia C

Winner of Free Cruise:  Linda M



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Come to the 2016 Southern Region Master Gardener Conference in Arlington and Fort Worth, hosted by Tarrant County.  Texas is delighted to have been chosen to host this biennial conference.

REGISTER NOW and you could win BIG!!

All who register before 11:59pm CST on Monday, September 5th will be entered to win:

One of five full REGISTRATION FEES* (current value: $275.00) or

One of five TOURS or THE COWBOY EXPERIENCE (winner’s choice; valued between $30.00 and $70.00)

Already registered?  Your name has been entered into the draw!

Master Gardeners from thirteen southern states will come together to learn from gardening specialists, tour local sites and gardens, partake in The Cowboy Experience and be treated to some good old-fashioned Texan hospitality.

Our Capstone Speaker is actor Barry Corbin who will regale us with stories of growing up in West Texas and talk about drought and water conservation.  On the tours you can visit many glorious public, school and residential gardens, as well as the two sports facilities near the hotel.