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First Detector Training in November

The Georgia First Detector Program is hosted by the University of Georgia’s Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health. The primary goal of the Georgia First Detector Program is to establish a network of well-trained and dedicated volunteers, also known as “First Detectors” that will assist in the ongoing collection…
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Georgia First Detector Training

The next Georgia First Detector training will be held at the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge on Friday, September 30, 2022. Learn about how to find, ID, report, and the management of invasive species to help keep Georgia’s wild places healthy and beautiful. There will be speakers from UGA, GFC, GA…
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There’s still time to register for a new Advanced Training!

Georgia Master Gardeners, help protect your community from wildfire with a new training on fire-resistant landscaping. This six-week (January 29 – March 12, 2022), user-friendly online course includes videos and activities for completion for Advanced Training credit. Every year, hundreds to thousands of wildfires occur in the southeastern U.S. Fortunately,…
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New Training to kick off the new year!

Georgia Master Gardeners, help protect your community from wildfire with a new training on fire-resistant landscaping. This six-week (January 29 – March 12, 2022), user-friendly online course includes videos and activities for completion for Advanced Training credit. Every year, hundreds to thousands of wildfires occur in the southeastern U.S. Fortunately,…
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Registration Open for TWO Online Advanced Trainings for GA MGEVs

Communication Training Series (2020 RLC Archives) The three Regional Leadership Conferences (read all about them in this previous blog post) from last year are available for viewing in our online training classroom. Registration is required in order to receive site access. This three-part series includes Communicate to Connect, Communicate to…
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