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

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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It’s Ordering Time!

Hello Georgia MGEVs! As we approach cooler weather (hopefully) and the season of Autumn, I know your calendars are full of plant sales, festivals and fairs, and fall gardening. But, there are couple more items you will want to remember! Each year, Extension agents place orders for MGEV name badges…
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ProjectMapIt! Is Underway

Have you heard about the MGEV mapping project? Affectionately known as “ProjectMapIt!,” this project will take place during summer and fall of 2018. Project Coordinators are ideal people to answer the questions about each MGEV project. We will use an online link that can be clicked to tell us about the…
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Planning to go to IMGC 2019?

In odd-numbered years, Extension Master Gardener volunteers from all over the country gather together for the International Master Gardener Conference. The conferences are terrific! The first  one I attended was in 1997 in Sacramento, CA. I still use my copy of Renee Shepherd’s cookbook that I received as a door…
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