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Engaging Georgia Master Gardener Extension Volunteers in meaningful discussion about volunteering, outreach and community.

Program Innovations

We have been working on a few innovations for the Georgia MGEV Program that you might find interesting! Since most of you reading this post are beyond the training phase, you might not know about these projects unless I tell you here. Did you know about our new program application?…
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Tis the season for reporting!

Just a quick reminder to track your accomplishments and have your 2018 volunteer service hours recorded in MGLOG by January 25, 2019. Questions about reporting or using MGLOG? Here are some resources: MGLOG support materials on the webpage Reporting Reference – includes step-by-step instructions Paper reporting forms for tracking your…
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Regional Leadership Conferences

Have you heard about the 2019 Regional Leadership Conferences? Project leaders, officers, and other key individuals who assist agents and program coordinators in the business of MGEV programs will benefit from training sessions and discussions tailored to their needs. Multiple dates and locations offered. View this event flyer for all…
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Thoughtful Thursday: November & December

Did you join us online last week for our MGEV Thoughtful Thursday segment on Orchids? If you didn’t get the chance to tune in, be sure you view the recording available through your  MGEV MGLOG account. Thoughtful Thursday archives are listed on the home page. Scroll down to view recent…
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Happy Thanksgiving!

We wish everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving and hope you enjoy delicious food and time with your family and friends!   Here are some UGA Extension articles on the holiday season: Cooking a Turkey Holiday Exercise Holiday Meals & Treats Christmas Trees
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Project Sharing October Thoughtful Thursday

Last week’s Thoughtful Thursday webinar session took place on October 18, 2018. Sheri Dorn, State Program Coordinator, discussed ProjectMapIt! The project is designed to put MGEV projects on a Georgia map. Visualizing what we are doing where can really help bring meaning to our work. It allows us to tell…
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November Invasives Workshop

Invasive species are one of the greatest threats to the environment worldwide and in Georgia, and they produce billions of dollars in damages annually. The First Detectors program offers a two-day advanced workshop to provide tools, educational materials, and training for stakeholders including: Master Gardeners, Master Naturalists, Citizen Scientists, Professionals,…
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This Season’s Scarecrows!

Happy Fall, Georgia MGEVs! Here’s a wonderful fall event to add to your calendars, AND a great opportunity to creatively share about your local MGEV program!! The UGA Research and Education Garden will be hosting its annual Scarecrows in the Garden event in October.  It all kicks off with a…
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