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GA MGEVs, if you haven’t registered already, we hope you will to connect with us Friday (8/21) for our August Regional Leadership Conference from 10 am – noon. For all the details, head over to our previous blog post. This online conference is free, but registration is required to receive connection details (Register here!). You will receive a confirmation email prior to Friday with the webinar link and additional information, including a pre-survey.

We are looking forward to “seeing” all of you online and discussing how to use communication tools to deliver a strong Extension message that engages the community around plants and gardening.

Pollinator Garden at Wilshire Park, Hall County GA MGEV project site

Our virtual host for this conference will be Hall County Extension. We are excited to hear from them about their local MGEV program and some of their Master Gardener projects like BUGS (Brenau University Garden Society), Wilshire Trails Park pollinator garden, and Extension office demonstration gardens. Each side of the office building is home to a different garden; Shade Garden, Ornamental Garden, Four Season Garden, Pollinator Garden, Edible garden.

College students working with Hall County MGEVs as part of the BUGS project, tried hydroponic gardening in the greenhouse. Pictured here is a tomato plant grown by hydroponic gardening methods.

We will also be joined by a representative of the state Master Gardener association, GMGA. Check out their webpage to learn more about GMGA and how they cultivate MGEVs around the state.

Not yet signed up for Friday’s conference? Register here.