Master Gardener Program in Fond du Lac County 2019

At the end of 2019, 47 Master Gardener Volunteers reported 3,213 hours of volunteer service for an estimated value of $77,100 (Independent Sector).  They also reported 1,017 hours of continuing education and reached an estimated 12,171 individuals with various outreach projects.

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Master Gardener Program in Fond du Lac County 2018

The Master Gardener Program in Fond du Lac  County started in 1992. Over 415 people have been trained since that time, and there are currently 57 certified Master Gardener Volunteers (MGVs) for 2019.

In 2018,Fond du Lac County Master Gardener Volunteers reported 4103 hours of community service, worth a value of over $98,472.

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Master Gardener Program in Fond du Lac County 2017

The Master Gardener Program in Fond du Lac County started in 1992. Over 419 people have been trained since that time, and there are currently 53 certified Master Gardener Volunteers (MGVs) for 2018. The UW-Extension Educator facilitating the MG Program is the new Crops & Soils Area Agent Dr. Loretta Ortiz- Ribbing.

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Master Gardener Program in Fond du Lac County 2016

The Master Gardener Program in Fond du Lac County started in 1992. Over 419 people have been trained since that time, and there are currently 67 certified Master Gardener Volunteers (MGVs) for 2017. The UW-Extension Educator facilitating the MG Program is the new Crops & Soils Area Agent Dr. Loretta Ortiz- Ribbing.

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Master Gardener Program in Fond du Lac County 2015

The Master Gardener Program in Fond du Lac County started in 1992. Over 400 people have been trained since that time, and there are currently 64 certified Master Gardener Volunteers (MGVs) for Community Resource Development Educator Diana Tscheschlok facilitates the MG Program. Read more in this excerpt from the 2015 accomplishment report.

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Fond du Lac: Junior Master Gardeners

Master Gardener Associations all over the state do many great things.  Here is a highlight from the 2013 Annual Report: The purpose of the Junior Master Gardeners is to help kids learn how to plant, grow, care for, harvest and eat fresh produce they have grown. Many of these low income kids have never tasted fresh […]

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