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152-MGBGCK-16Ext MG Volunteer Background Check for Active MGs (152-MGBGCK-16)

Ext MG Volunteer Background Check for Active MGs (152-MGBGCK-16)
This item is for active Extension Master Gardener Volunteers ONLY. Within one week of ordering the background check, a link to complete the process on line will be sent to you via email. If you have questions please contact the Master Gardener state office at mgbgck@umn.edu or 612-624-4541.

NOTE: Even if you think you have a current background check (in the last 3 years) through the University of Minnesota, please indicate affiliation below, add item to basket, and complete order. We will verify status. Assume your background check is current unless you hear back from us.

NOTE: "Participant I.D." is not a required field when creating your profile - please leave blank.

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152-MGPKG-15Ext MG Volunteer Transfer/Reinstatement Pkg (152-MGPKG-15)

This item is for Extension Master Gardener Volunteers who are transferring from another state or who are being reinstated into the program. The package includes: a background check, a name badge, Core Course materials and Volunteer Manual.

Transfer/Reinstatement package fee $100

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152-MGTAG-18Ext MG Volunteer Replacement Name Badge (152-MGTag-18)

This item is for active Extension Master Gardener Volunteers only who need a replacement name badge. The Name badge will be mailed directly to your home. Please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery. If you have questions please contact the Master Gardener state office at mgweb@umn.edu or 612-625-9864.

Replacement name badge fee $10

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151-01-11-192019 Extension Master Gardener Core Course for MG Interns (151-01-11-19)

2019 Extension Master Gardener Core Course for MG Interns (151-01-11-19)
*You MUST be approved through your county Extension office to take this course.
$320 course fee includes materials, background check, name badge and t-shirt.
Please mark your T-shirt size:   Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, 2X-Large
See the sizing specifications at: T-Shirt Sizing

 

Online Class:
January 11 to May 12, 2019

Face-to-Face Classes:
January 11 to February 8, 2019

Minnesota Landscape Arboretum - MacMillan Auditorium
Fridays and Saturdays, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (Jan. 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26 and Feb. 1, 2 and 8 )

Core course registration deadline: December 1, 2018
$200 refund for cancellations until December 15, 2018

NOTES:
-The reference book, volunteer manual and temporary name badge will be mailed to all interns after mid-December.
- Permanent name badges will be provided to interns upon course completion and volunteer hour fulfillment.

$320.00
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151-01-11-19-012019 Extension ProHort Core Course (151-01-11-19-01)
2019 Extension ProHort Core Course (151-01-11-19-01)
Online Class:
January 11 to May 12, 2019
Cost includes course fee and materials

Face-to-Face Classes:
January 11 to February 2, 2019

Minnesota Landscape Arboretum - MacMillan Auditorium
Fridays and Saturdays, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (Jan. 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26, and Feb. 1, 2)

Core course registration deadline: December 1, 2018
$200 refund for cancellations until December 15, 2018
$590.00
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151-01-15-19MG-Children's Garden in Residence Training-FERGUS FALLS (151-01-15-19)

Children's Garden in Residence Training Workshop for Master Gardeners-Fergus Falls

Tuesday, January 15, 2019  9:00am - 3:00pm

 Location-Lake's Country Service Cooperative

1001 E. Mount Faith  Fergus Falls, MN 56537



The Children's Garden in Residence is a seven week hands-on science in the garden program that certified Master Gardener volunteers will teach, in collaboration with local, youth-serving organizations.

The program is aligned with MN state science standards and has been comprehensively evaluated for program engagement and impact.

The Children's Garden in Residence program utilizes the garden as a living laboratory where elementary school aged children can learn science and nutrition through hands-on experience in their own garden space.
 
The curriculum features three activity areas each week for seven weeks.
 
The "In the Garden" station features activities related to the weekly garden tasks, planting, watering, weeding, and harvesting. 

The  "Science" station features hands-on inquiry based lessons about life science in the garden.

The "Nutrition and Healthy Eating" station features a weekly snack, nutrition theme, and energizer activity that ties to the science and garden activity stations.

The curriculum includes lesson plans, posters and visual aids, along with supply and set up lists for each activity.


Lunch and refreshments will be provided at each of these 9:00 am to 3:00 pm workshops
Wear comfortable shoes for participating in hands-on activities around the room
Pre-read information will be provided a week before the workshop
Attending one of these training workshops will count as 5.0 CEUs.


Registration fee-$15.00 per person
Deadline to Register:   January 8, 2019
Contact: Jackie Froemming at froem022@umn.edu

$15.00
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151-01-22-19MG-Children's Garden in Residence Training-BUFFALO (151-01-22-19)

Children's Garden in Residence Training Workshop for Master Gardeners-BUFFALO

Tuesday, January 22, 2019  9:00am - 3:00pm

 Location-Wright County Government Center

10 2nd Street NW   Buffalo, MN 55313



The Children's Garden in Residence is a seven week hands-on science in the garden program that certified Master Gardener volunteers will teach, in collaboration with youth serving organizations.

The program is aligned with MN state science standards and has been comprehensively evaluated for program engagement and impact.

The Children's Garden in Residence program utilizes the garden as a living laboratory where elementary school aged children can learn science and nutrition through hands-on experience in their own garden space.
 
The curriculum features three activity areas each week for seven weeks.
 
The "In the Garden" station features activities related to the weekly garden tasks, planting, watering, weeding, and harvesting. 

The  "Science" station features hands-on inquiry based lessons about life science in the garden.

The "Nutrition and Healthy Eating" station features a weekly snack, nutrition theme, and energizer activity that ties to the science and garden activity stations.

The curriculum includes lesson plans, posters and visual aids, along with supply and set up lists for each activity.


Lunch and refreshments will be provided at each of these 9:00 am to 3:00 pm workshops
Wear comfortable shoes for participating in hands-on activities around the room
Pre-read information will be provided a week before the workshop
Attending one of these training workshops will count as 5.0 CEUs.


Registration fee-$15.00 per person
Deadline to Register:   January 15, 2019
Contact: Jackie Froemming at froem022@umn.edu

$15.00
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151-01-30-19MG-Children's Garden in Residence Training-WILLMAR (151-01-30-19)

Children's Garden in Residence Training Workshop for Master Gardeners-WILLMAR

Wednesday, January 30, 2019  9:00am - 3:00pm

 Location-Kandiyohi Co. Health and Human Services Building- Multi Purpose

2200 23rd Street NE  Willmar, MN 56201



The Children's Garden in Residence is a seven week hands-on science in the garden program that certified Master Gardener volunteers will teach, in collaboration with youth serving organizations.

The program is aligned with MN state science standards and has been comprehensively evaluated for program engagement and impact.

The Children's Garden in Residence program utilizes the garden as a living laboratory where elementary school aged children can learn science and nutrition through hands-on experience in their own garden space.
 
The curriculum features three activity areas each week for seven weeks.
 
The "In the Garden" station features activities related to the weekly garden tasks, planting, watering, weeding, and harvesting. 

The  "Science" station features hands-on inquiry based lessons about life science in the garden.

The "Nutrition and Healthy Eating" station features a weekly snack, nutrition theme, and energizer activity that ties to the science and garden activity stations.

The curriculum includes lesson plans, posters and visual aids, along with supply and set up lists for each activity.


Lunch and refreshments will be provided at each of these 9:00 am to 3:00 pm workshops
Wear comfortable shoes for participating in hands-on activities around the room
Pre-read information will be provided a week before the workshop
Attending one of these training workshops will count as 5.0 CEUs.


Registration fee-$15.00 per person
Deadline to Register:   January 23, 2019
Contact: Jackie Froemming at froem022@umn.edu

$15.00
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151-02-06-19MG-Children's Garden in Residence Training-CARLTON(151-02-06-19)

Children's Garden in Residence Training Workshop for Master Gardeners-CARLTON

Wednesday, February 6, 2019  9:00am - 3:00pm

 Location-Carlton County Transportation Building

1630 Co. Rd. 61    Carlton, MN 55720


The Children's Garden in Residence is a seven-week, hands-on science-in-the-garden youth program that certified Master Gardener volunteers will teach, in collaboration with local, youth-serving organizations.

The program is aligned with the MN state science standards and has been comprehensively evaluated for program engagement and impact.

The Children’s Garden in Residence program utilizes a garden as a living laboratory where elementary school aged children can learn science and nutrition through hands-on experiences in their own garden space.

The curriculum features three activity areas each week for seven weeks.

The "In the Garden" station features activities related to the weekly garden tasks, planting, watering, weeding, and harvesting.

The “Science" station features hands-on, inquiry-based lessons about life science in the garden.

The "Nutrition and Healthy Eating" station features a weekly snack, nutrition theme, and energizer activity that ties to the science and garden activity. 


Lunch and refreshments will be provided at each of these 9:00 am to 3:00 pm workshops
Wear comfortable shoes for participating in hands-on activities around the room
Pre-read information will be provided a week before the workshop
Attending one of these training workshops will count as 5.0 CEUs.


Registration fee-$15.00 per person
Deadline to Register:   January 29, 2019
Contact: Jackie Froemming at froem022@umn.edu

$15.00
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151-02-12-19MG-Children's Garden in Residence Training-STILLWATER(151-02-12-19)

Children's Garden in Residence Training Workshop for Master Gardeners-STILLWATER

Tuesday, February 12, 2019  9:00am - 3:00pm

 Location-Washington County Government Center Room LL14 /  14949 62nd St N Stillwater, MN 55082


The Children's Garden in Residence is a seven-week, hands-on science-in-the-garden youth program that certified Master Gardener volunteers will teach, in collaboration with local, youth-serving organizations. The program is aligned with the MN state science standards and has been comprehensively evaluated for program engagement and impact. The Children’s Garden in Residence program utilizes a garden as a living laboratory where elementary school aged children can learn science and nutrition through hands-on experiences in their own garden space. The curriculum features three activity areas each week for seven weeks. The "In the Garden" station features activities related to the weekly garden tasks, planting, watering, weeding, and harvesting. The “Science" station features hands-on, inquiry-based lessons about life science in the garden. The "Nutrition and Healthy Eating" station features a weekly snack, nutrition theme, and energizer activity that ties to the science and garden activity.


Lunch and refreshments will be provided at each of these 9:00 am to 3:00 pm workshops
Wear comfortable shoes for participating in hands-on activities around the room
Pre-read information will be provided a week before the workshop
Attending one of these training workshops will count as 5.0 CEUs.


Registration fee-$15.00 per person
Deadline to Register:   FEBRUARY 5, 2019
Contact: Jackie Froemming at froem022@umn.edu

$15.00
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