Georgia Master Gardeners
FAQs about Being a Master Gardener
For answers to questions you may have as a Master Gardener, visit the new FAQ page!
Advanced Training for MGEVs
2017 Advanced Training Schedule
Right Plant, Right Place
UGA Griffin Campus
Sustainable Landscapes and Gardens
STEM and Food Safety
(Advanced training is open to certified, active MGEVs only. Registrations will open 4-6 weeks prior to training date. Registration information will be distributed through local Extension Agents/programs. To learn more, visit the MGEV Advanced Training page.)
Conferences, Meetings, and Out-of-State Events
International Master Gardener Conference
July 10-14, 2017 - Portland, Oregon
MGLOG Recordkeeping System
To log in and begin using MGLOG, visit this link: www.mglog.org
- If you are new to MGLOG, use this Nickel Tour of MGLOG YouTube Video to get an overview of the system.
- If you have forgotten your password, this Password Recovery YouTube Video will show you how to recover it and log in once again.
- If you need further assistance with MGLOG, contact your local agent.
Engaging Master Gardeners in meaningful discussion about volunteering, outreach and community. Check out new posts and subscribe to the blog to stay in the know!
Here are some of the latest posts:
- Projects Around the State
- Sustainable Gardening for the Southeast book review
- MG SPROUTS
- New MGEV Trainees
Click here to view past newsletters.
Volunteer Information for Master Gardeners
- Quick Reference Guide for using MGLOG
- 2014 MGEV Program Policy
- Master Gardener Handbook (can order single copies from UGA Publication Store)
- Volunteer Service Guidelines
- MGEV Advanced Training
Local Group Sites
Click here to view website links for some of the MGEV organizations around the state.
The Georgia Master Gardener Association, Inc. is an independent non-profit association of Master Gardeners in Georgia. Member benefits include: The Scoop newsletter and annual conferences which provide horticultural enrichment and continuing education, networking opportunities, and project funding for volunteers' educational gardening projects in communities throughout the state.