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Share your MG association websites, please?

Posted by kathicville 7 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 1, 06 at 8:28

Hello....Our local MG association/group is planning an overhaul of its website, to give it a jazzier look and feel, plus some new features. The existing website is serviceable, but a little bland. So we're looking for models of what other MG associations around the country have done. If you have a website to share, would you please send me your link?

Thanks in advance!


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RE: Share your MG association websites, please?

Kathi, This is not exactly what you asked for but I AM a Master Gardener and I have an award winning website at the link below. You may get some responses here but you also may have to research these sites on your own. Why not have on the home page an apple tree called the tree of knowledge and have each fruit be a link to the next page such as apple #1= volunteerism, apple #2= events, apple #3=newsletter, apple#4=extension contact, apple #5=projects, and so on.

Here is a link that might be useful: BitterSweetGardens.Com


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RE: Share your MG association websites, please?

Yes, it's easy enough to Google them. Doesn't every state have one, or at least a page at the University's Extension site? I haven't looked up that many...

I think ours is mg.umn.edu


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RE: Share your MG association websites, please?

Hi...Thanks, Eddie and leaveswave....Very nice website, Eddie!...........I've already done quite a bit of Googling, but was trying to supplement what we've found by asking the question here. Our local association website, for example, is NOT on Virginia's statewide list at the moment. (Nor will it be until we've upgraded it.) So, I assume that there are other MG websites that also don't pop up in all the obvious places....I also thought that I'd be more likely to be pointed toward particularly good sites if I posed the question directly to fellow MGs who like what their local associations have put together online.....Thanks again.


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RE: Share your MG association websites, please?

Hi,
I am webmaster for the MGV website in Forsyth County North Carolina. Here is our website address
www.forsythcountymgv.com If I can be of help let me know

Here is a link that might be useful: Forsyth County MGV's


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RE: Share your MG association websites, please?

AHS has a link to every MG website at their site: http://www.ahs.org/master_gardeners/index.htm


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RE: Share your MG association websites, please?

Here is the link to the Clinton and Essex Counties Website in New York

http://ecgardening.cce.cornell.edu/

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Here is a link that might be useful: Master Gardeners of Clinton and Essex County


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RE: Share your MG association websites, please?

Terrific! Thank you, everyone!....I looked at the AHS's "map" of MG associations around the country---a very helpful resource.....I think we'll have plenty of good models to learn from...But if anyone has more suggestions, don't hesitate to share them.......Thanks!


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