The activities of the Master Gardeners benefit schools, community gardens, youth programs, environmental education programs and farmers markets, to name a few. Extension has released its 2015 Master Gardener Annual Report.
The report notes that 2,380 Master Gardeners reached 212,404 Minnesotans last year. Priorities include horticultural skills, plant biodiversity, pollinators, clean water, local foods, climate change and nearby nature.
Read the full report on Extension's Master Gardener website or read local stories from the report, including:
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