UACES Facebook Arkansas Master Gardener Awards

 2019 Master Gardener Award Forms

 

 

 

 

Master Gardener 2018 Award Winners

 

 Master Gardener Newsletter of the Year (51 or more)                                                                                           Weeder's Digest, Craighead County, Donna Tolewitzke, Editor 

        Weeder's Digest

 Friend of Master Gardener (Individual)  Carol Rolf, Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Pope County

 Friend of Master Gardener (Business)  North Little Rock Parks & Recreation Terry Hartwick, Director, Pulaski County,  

  2018 Proj of the year

2018 Project of the Year, Children's Homes Rainbow Garden, Greene County, Joy Gatlin, Project Chair 

 

Project of the Year

2018 Project of the Year, Pinnacle Mountain State Park MG Project, Pulaski County, Melody Parsley, Project Chair

  

 

 Master Gardener Rookie of the Year (50 or less)
Jill Bailey, Van Buren County

 Master Gardener Rookie of Year (51 or more)   Neta Winston, Washington Co

 

 

 

   2018 Mg of the Year

Janet Carson awarding Anita Vandiver (St. Francis County)  Master Gardener of the Year award at the 2018 MG Conference in Ft. Smith, AR

Master Gardener of the Year (50 or less)  Anita Vandiver, St. Francis County

Master Gardener of the Year (51 or more)  Sunnie Ruple, Faulkner County  

Master Gardener Agent of the Year (50 or less)  Michelle Mobley, Cleburne County

Master Gardener Agent of the Year (51 or more) Ron Matlock, Saline County

Execellence In Education Award (50 or less) SPARC Gardening Club, Cross County, Kay King, Project Chair

Execellence In Education Award (51 or more)  Young Gardeners of Garland County, Marty Lynch Project Chair 

  MG of the Year
Janet Carson awarding Sunnie Ruple (Faulkner County) Master Gardener of the Year  at the 2018 MG Conference in Ft. Smith, AR

 

  Rookie of the Year

2018 Rookie of lthe Year, Jill Bailey (Van Buren County),

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rookie of the Year

Neta Winston (Washington County) accepting her 2018 Rookie of the Year award from Janet Carson at the MG Conference in Ft. Smith, AR

 

 

 

 

 

 

             

 

2018 MG Agent of the Year

Michelle Mobley (Cleburne County)  accepting the 2018 MG Agent of the Year Award from Janet Carson.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

2018 Agent of the Year

Ron Matlock, 2018 Agent of the Year, Saline County.

 

 

 

  

2018 Friend of MG

Carol Rolf, Arkanas Democrat Gazette, accepting the 2018 Friend of MG Award  from Janet Carson, Pope County.

 

 

 

2018 Friend of MG
2018 Friend of MG (Business) NLR Parks & Recreation, Terry Hartwick, Director, Pulaski County

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EIE

2018 EIE - SPARC Gardening Club, Cross County, Kay King, Project Chair

 

 

 

 

EIE

2018 EIE - Young Gardeners of Garland County, Marty Lynch, Project Chair.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  2018 Janet B. Carson High School & County Scholarship Winners

 

High School Winners

Tanner Schumard, Cross County                                         Stephen Turner, Garland County                                                                                                                                                  

Brittney Beck,Tanner Shumard Janet B. Carson Scholarship winner 2017
Tanner Shumard, Cross County,  2018 Janet B. Carson Scholarship Recipient.

                                             

 

 

 

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  County Winners

 Lonoke County Master Gardeners Learning Grounds 

The goal of this project is to stimulate the senses and engage the imagination and creativity of each child who enters the garden; to create a wonder-filled space where children will be inspired and eager to contribute to and spend time in the garden, forging a lifelong connection with nature and accepting stewardship of it.  The project will use science, language, literacy, social, music movement and art to stimulate the senses and imagination for learning.

Pulaski County Demonstration Garden – CA Vines 4H Center

The garden will be used to enhance education efforts by providing hands-on learning experiences.  Emphasis will initially be placed on training for beginning and existing Master Gardeners in Pulaski County.  Additional emphasis will be placed on advanced training for Master Gardeners in Pulaski County and across the State of Arkansas.  Plans also include educational opportunities for 4H, public and private school students and other youth and adult groups utilizing the 4H Center.  Future plans include gardening and nutritional education for low income and historically underserved groups and individuals in the Central Arkansas area.