The North Fulton Master Gardeners, Inc. is a Georgia nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose purpose is to educate its members and the public in the areas of horticulture and ecology in order to promote and foster community enrichment. During the pandemic, NFMG has offered our Gardening Lecture Series in the Spring and Fall through virtual webinars at no cost to attendees. We could not do this work without the support of people like you. Thanks to all the people who purchased bulbs and rootstalk in our inaugural Spring “Give & Garden Sale”, we raised $5215 to support our demonstration gardens and horticultural education efforts.
Please support the Fall 2022 “Give & Garden” Online Sale with a purchase of beautiful plants for your garden. Your plant purchases will help NFMG continue to provide quality horticultural education to the North Fulton Community and beyond. For each order, 50% of the proceeds will go directly towards helping NFMG meet our goal. Thank you for your continued support. https://bit.ly/NFMG-Fall2022GiveAndGardenOnlineSale
The last day to order is November 1, 2022. Orders will start shipping around late September to early October 2022.
Give & Garden guarantees EVERYTHING we sell on this site 100%. All plants are 100% guaranteed to grow and thrive. If you follow the simple care instructions, and if any plant still does not grow, please notify Give & Garden within 1 year of purchase, and they will replace it or refund your money, with no questions asked.
About the North Fulton Master Gardeners:
North Fulton Master Gardeners, Inc. is a Georgia nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose purpose is to educate its members and the public in the areas of horticulture and ecology in order to promote and foster community enrichment. NFMG assists The University of Georgia Extension by providing unbiased horticultural information to Georgians through volunteer community service and educational gardening projects using applied research and the resources of The University of Georgia. NFMG Volunteers are trained and certified by The University of Georgia Cooperative Extension.
Over the years, the North Fulton Master Gardeners have provided gardening community education classes in Alpharetta, Roswell, Sandy Springs, and Farm Chastain (now transitioned to a virtual learning format due to the pandemic); gardening education for young children; university and college scholarships for horticulture students; local demonstration gardens maintained by the North Fulton Master Gardeners; and Garden Faire, which returned April 30, 2022 to a new venue at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve in Johns Creek.
In response to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, the North Fulton Master Gardeners went virtual with our pre-recorded Fall 2020 Gardening Lecture Series. The 2021 David Gibby International Master Gardener Search for Excellence (IMGSFE) Awards have recognized the North Fulton Master Gardeners for our efforts in the face of a global pandemic in successfully providing horticultural education to the North Fulton community and beyond through virtual webinar technology. The First Place Award in the Workshops/Presentations Category was made on September 15, 2021, during the virtual International Master Gardener Conference. View our video at https://youtu.be/_1hSJfpsFS0.
Over the past two years, more than 24,000 people have viewed the NFMG Gardening Lecture Series including 5000 who have viewed the classes LIVE through Zoom webinars or Facebook, and an additional 19,000 who viewed the recorded classes on the NFMG YouTube channel.
North Fulton Master Gardeners are also available to speak at your next virtual meeting or event on a multitude of topics. To request a speaker, contact Speakers Bureau Chair Ian Matthes at 404-499-4111 or email email@example.com.
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