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Polliniators

Plants Plus: Pollinators

One in the Plants Plus Series – a remix of past training presentations, printed materials and other references focused on specific plants or topics to help you increase your knowledge so you can better answer homeowner questions. To get 2 hours of continuing education credit for watching the video presentation and reading the articles, just complete the short quiz! This Plants Plus package focuses on pollinators.

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Plants Plus: Cover Crops for the Garden

One in the Plants Plus Series – a remix of past training presentations, printed materials and other references focused on specific plants or topics to help you increase your knowledge so you can better answer homeowner questions. To get 2 hours of continuing education credit for watching the video presentation and reading the articles, just complete the short quiz! This Plants Plus package focuses on cover crops for the garden.

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Plants Plus: Vine Crops

One in the Plants Plus Series – a remix of past training presentations, printed materials and other references focused on specific plants or topics to help you increase your knowledge so you can better answer homeowner questions. To get 2 hours of continuing education credit for watching the video presentation and reading the article, just complete the short quiz! This Plants Plus package focuses on vine crops, including cucumbers, melons and squash.

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Workshop: Incorporating Horticultural Therapy into Extension Programs

Are you a Master Gardener Volunteer looking for ways to better engage your audience in your gardening projects? Extension educators and volunteers have a long history of supporting garden-based education programs and projects for individuals and communities.  However, traditional program design and evaluation may not always deliver and capture the full extent of outcomes for […]

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Master Gardener Program in Iron County

The Master Gardener Program in Iron County started in 1999. Over 85 people have been trained since that time, and there are currently 18 certified Master Gardener Volunteers (MGVs) for 2019.

In 2018, Iron County Master Gardener Volunteers reported 978 hours of community service, worth a value of over $23,460.

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Master Gardener Program in Lincoln County

The Master Gardener Program in Lincoln County started in 2014. Over 25 people have been trained since that time, and there are currently 10 certified Master Gardener Volunteers (MGVs) for 2019.

In 2018, Lincoln County Master Gardener Volunteers reported 557 hours of community service, worth a value of over $13,368.

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Master Gardener Program in La Crosse County

The Master Gardener Program in La Crosse County started in 1997. Over 361 people have been trained since that time, and there are currently 35 certified Master Gardener Volunteers (MGVs) for 2019.

In 2018, Iron County Master Gardener Volunteers reported 1997 hours of community service, worth a value of over $47,928.

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Master Gardener Program in Kenosha County

The Master Gardener Program in Kenosha County started in 1994. Over 238 people have been trained since that time, and there are currently 46 certified Master Gardener Volunteers (MGVs) for 2019.

In 2018, Kenosha County Master Gardener Volunteers reported 3508.75 hours of community service, worth a value of over $84,210.

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Master Gardener Program in Juneau County

The Master Gardener Program in Juneau County started in 1995. Over 162 people have been trained since that time, and there are currently 18 certified Master Gardener Volunteers (MGVs) for 2019.

In 2018, Juneau County Master Gardener Volunteers reported 946.5 hours of community service, worth a value of over $22,716.

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Master Gardener Program in Jefferson County

The Master Gardener Program in Jefferson County started in 1995. Over 249 people have been trained since that time, and there are currently 31 certified Master Gardener Volunteers (MGVs) for 2018. The UW-Extension Educator facilitating the MG Program is Agriculture Agent Lavern Georgson.

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