Community Organizations

Note: This page is limited to partner organizations of the Village of Marvin, and is not to be confused for an opportunity for external private organizations to market their products, services, or resources. All such requests will be denied.

Marvin Area for the Restoration and Sustainability of wildlife Habitat (MARSH)

MARSH or the Marvin Area for the Restoration and Sustainability of wildlife Habitat is an organization affiliated with the Village of Marvin that seeks to educate and engage our community about the importance and benefits of restoring, protecting and conserving our wildlife and natural habitat.

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WUMA LogoWestern Union Municipal Alliance (WUMA)

WUMA or the Western Union Municipal Alliance is a group of representatives from the municipal governments of Marvin, Waxhaw, Weddington, Wesley Chapel, Mineral Springs, and Stallings that seeks to study, investigate, advocate for and promote regional issues affecting the towns in the Western Union County area, including, land use planning, transportation concerns, economic development, and other issues that affect the quality of life citizens.

WUMA Website


Union County Master Gardeners

The Union County Extension Master Gardenerâ„  Volunteer Association (UCEMGVA) has a primary goal: to provide gardening information to the public in Union County, NC and the surrounding area.

We are a volunteer organization that is part of the NC State Cooperative Extension program and we have been serving our community since 1989. Our mission is to foster partnerships that create sustainable communities through education and implementation. In other words, we like to help and teach our community about good gardening practices, composting, integrated pest management, and homegrown food production, just to name a few. Our home base is the Union County Agricultural and Conference Center in Monroe, NC, where we maintain our Teaching Gardens, Greenhouse, Heritage Trail and the location of our annual Heritage Festival.

Union County Master Gardeners Website