Bus Trip to the Garden Expo in Madison on Saturday, February 10, 2018
Reporting your volunteer and continuing education hours is a critical component to future funding and the continued success of Ozaukee Master Gardeners. Your hours are added to the total of all other members for the year. Those numbers are reported both to the statewide program and to Ozaukee County. Funding for the master gardener program is largely based on our accumulated hours. Please take the time to record your hours. Turn your hours in on October 1. (Recorded hours are reported for the time period of October 1 to September 30 each year.)
Here are links to download the 2018 forms to record your volunteer and continuing education hours. The links provide three different file formats:
When you submit your hours, remember to include your check for dues ($20) for the upcoming year.
If you were unable to complete your required volunteer and continuing education hours for this year, please use this form:
If you have expenses for one of our projects, use this form to submit your request for reimbursement.
Member Scholarship Grant Application
To support our requirement of continuing education hours, Ozaukee MGV’s, through the MGV Education Committee, will award one or more grants (based on our available funds) to any Ozaukee MGV seeking to attend a Local, State, Regional or National MGV conference or seminar or an approved non-Master Gardener event.
This grant is available to Ozaukee MGV’s in good standing and is awarded on a merit basis to recipients who are recognized as leaders and/or active participants in the organization. Monies from the grant are to be applied to conference costs and will be distributed as a reimbursement when the recipient completes and submits all criteria listed on the Application Eligibility form. Any OMG awarded this grant is expected to share his/her knowledge with others in the community and/or MGV organizations.
Kaleidoscope Garden Plant Tags
Many of us dig plans from our yards to sell on the Kaleidoscope Garden table at the Heirloom Plant and Herb Sale each year. Here is the PDF of the labels that you need to properly identify the plant.