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  • Direct link: https://t.uga.edu/6z8 Archive: https://extension.uga.edu/newsletter.html In this issue: Giving thanks can keep marriages going Resolve to improve the air in your home How to keep your holiday plants healthy year-round Cutler recipient of annual 4-H Green Jacket Award, other patrons honored

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  • Check off your holiday gift list and give the gift of gardening knowledge! We are offering 7th edition Georgia Master Gardener Handbooks at a reduced price (50% off!) for a limited time, while supplies last. These are great holiday gifts and are available to the general public through the online UGA Publications store. They will…

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  • To kick off the holiday season, Dr. Sheri Dorn, State Master Gardener Coordinator, was joined by UGA Griffin Campus colleague, Vijaya Mantripragada to demonstrate decorating with live and dried plant materials via a Facebook live video on the UGA Griffin Campus Facebook page. If you missed their demonstration of arranging centerpieces, wreaths, and holiday-themed containers,…

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  • This summer, we launched a great endeavor — a strategic planning project for the Georgia MGEV Program (you can read more about it here). Our project has three stages — listening and exploring, formulating and sharing, and implementation. Right on schedule, we are wrapping up the first stage, listening and exploring, that included 4 surveys and…

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  • Timothy Daly, Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent in Gwinnett County, was chosen as the recipient of the 2020 Award of Excellence presented by the Georgia Master Gardener Association (GMGA). Recognized for his efforts to coordinate 150 Master Gardener Extension Volunteers (MGEVs) who report more than 12, 000 hours annually, Timothy trains new volunteers annually and…

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  • For our last Thoughtful Thursday session of 2020, Georgia 4-H specialists Keri Hobbs and Craven Hudson were joined by Donovan Nelson as they shared about the opportunity to shape the next generation of gardeners through the Master Mentoring program. This Georgia 4-H program supports the essential elements of youth development, including belonging, independence, and generosity,…

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  • The Wisconsin Master Gardener Program is seeking input on how people learn horticulture information. The data collected from this survey will help us with our efforts to be more accessible, inclusive, and diverse. You don’t need to be a Master Gardener Volunteer to take the survey! You also don’t need to live in WI. Open…

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