2020 NORTH CAROLINA EXTENSION MASTER GARDENER VOLUNTEER ASSOCIATION AWARDS
An update about NCEMGVA Awards for 2020.
Please consider nominating a fellow inspirational Volunteer, Extension employee, or program project for a NCEMGVA award or grant. All North Carolina Extension Master Gardeners would like to know what’s happening in gardens across the state, especially as more and more folks are seeking and learning about gardening in light of the pandemic.
This year in addition to the Outstanding Extension Master Gardener Volunteer and the NC Extension State Achievement Award, the Educational Matching Grant(s), Project Grant(s), and the Madeline Collier Landscape Design Award will be awarded.
Applications can be found on the NCEMGVA website. https://www.ncemgva.org - Click on the links below to access the applications
Applications are due November 6, 2020.
Applications can be e-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to 3434 Edwards Mill Road, Suite 112-260, Raleigh, NC 27612
Nominees must be NCEMGVA Members. A Membership Application (On-line form or Printable) can be found on the NCEMGVA websit: https://www.ncemgva.org
Award and Grant Winners will be announced in early January 2021
For more details see the application below!
Click here to link to a map of the 5 NCEMGVA districts and counties
Do you want to honor the EMGV who has been with your group 5 years or more and who your group just can’t do without? The person you think personifies the word “Outstanding”?
Nominate that EMGV for the NCEMGVA Outstanding EMGV Award!
Is your group proud of your County Agent, County Director or other Extension personnel?
Do you rely on their leadership and support?
Nominate them for the NC State Extension Achievement Award to make your pride known!
Does your county have a great idea for a one-day or partial-day event to educate EMGVs and would like some funding to make it happen? Perhaps even collaborate with another county?
Apply for a NCEMGVA Educational Matching Grant! (formerly: Symposia Matching Grant)
Does your county have a specific type of garden they want to establish or expand but needs some financial help to get started? Or, perhaps your county wants to carry out an educational project for Junior Master Gardeners or for an after school program?
Apply for a NCEMGVA Project Grant (formerly: Competitive Grant) to make those plans a reality!
Does your county want to showcase a demonstration or educational garden that has been completed, is under construction, or is in the late design stage of planning? Entering the NCEMGVA Madeline Collier Landscape Garden Design Competition could win your group a cash prize!