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The Georgia Master Gardener Extension Volunteer (MGEV) Program connects UGA Extension, plant enthusiasts, and communities across the state. MGEVs share UGA Extension consumer horticulture programming about selection and care of plants for ornamental value, recreation, and home food production. Master Gardeners teach community members how to use plants and gardening to improve their environment, personal health, and quality of life.


Extension News
Oh My Squash
Oh My Squash An overabundance of prolific summer vegetables spurs national day of clandestine cucurbit gifting. By Bob Westerfield | Published: 8/5/2021
Native Plants
Native Plants Native landscapes are an important part of ecological preservation, and conservation is necessary to prevent the extinction of native species. By Leslie Matos | Published: 8/3/2021
Upcoming Events
Aug 5 Georgia Green Landscape Stewards Chatsworth, GA This innovative program offers educational resources to homeowners to encourage sustainable landscape practices on landscapes of any size. The program was created by Jessica Warren, Camden County Extension Coordinator and Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent, and Martin Wunderly, Northeast District Area Water Agent, utilizing funding from a mini-grant by the UGA Center for Urban Agriculture.
Aug 10 Georgia Green Landscape Stewards Chatsworth, GA This innovative program offers educational resources to homeowners to encourage sustainable landscape practices on landscapes of any size. The program was created by Jessica Warren, Camden County Extension Coordinator and Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent, and Martin Wunderly, Northeast District Area Water Agent, utilizing funding from a mini-grant by the UGA Center for Urban Agriculture.
Aug 12 Georgia Green Landscape Stewards Chatsworth, GA This innovative program offers educational resources to homeowners to encourage sustainable landscape practices on landscapes of any size. The program was created by Jessica Warren, Camden County Extension Coordinator and Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent, and Martin Wunderly, Northeast District Area Water Agent, utilizing funding from a mini-grant by the UGA Center for Urban Agriculture.
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From Our Blog
In Bloom (or Otherwise Beautiful) Posted by sdorn on Aug 4, 2021
Don’t miss your chance to register for the last session! Posted by sarahdh on Jul 19, 2021 Spots are filling up, but there is still time to register for the last online offering of the Georgia First Detector Program as an online, self-paced Advanced Training course for GA MGEVs. First offered in Fall 2020 (learn all about the training in this previous blog post), this popular training...
Opportunity to be a part of the MGEV Advisory Panel Posted by sdorn on Jul 14, 2021 The MGEV Advisory Panel is important to the work of the State Program Office of the Georgia MGEV Program, providing a sounding board for ideas and resources. The Panel was created in 2012 so that the State Coordinator had a means of hearing from programs and perspectives from all over...
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