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Garden Gate Newsletter 2016

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Master Gardener Seminars: 3rd Tuesday of the month, 7-8:30 pm.

 

Location for seminars: OSU Extension Service office, 996 Jefferson Street, Eugene (enter building on 10th at the ramp). Free, open to the public.

Some MG social events may be held at an alternate location. Watch the Garden Gate Newsletter for details.

 

Lane County MG Association Board Information

LCMGA OFFICERS DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Volunteer Reporting System

Since November 2012 all volunteer hours for OSU Extension Service Master Gardeners in Lane County  are to be tracked online: Report Volunteer Hours Online - Volunteer Reporting System (VRS). To continue as a certified Master Gardener, each year you are required to complete 10 hours of approved education and 20 hours of approved volunteers service hours. Reporting year runs November 1-October 31. If you allow your certification to lapse you must work with a Certified MG until you have completed the requirements. The requirements must be completed by October 31 to be certified the following year.

VRS Reporting  Guidelines 

Conditions of Volunteer Service Form

An Introduction to Being a MG (read online)

Basics of Pruning Handout - for all pruning classes

Master Gardener Google Calendar instructions.

Master Gardener Calendar.

How to get a gmail account.

Results of MG Advanced Training Survey from Brooke Edmunds.

Compost Specialist Training Program

Soils handout with Pat Patterson

 

October-December 2017 Market of Choice on Willamette - Schedule for veg waste pick up

Market of Choice Program details for Master Gardener Compost Specialists.

Contact Deb Schmidt with changes at dgschmidt327@msn.com

 

Plant Diagnostic Master Gardener (PDMG) Program 

 

 Volunteer Opportunities

Spring Creek Neighbors Natural Garden project is a MG stream-side improvement activity in the Santa Clara neighborhood. The following articles describe project results and plans: