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Annual Reports

Do you want to feel inspired? Look over these reports. They show how kids in North Dakota are growing plants and serving their communities!

North Dakota Junior Master Gardener Annual Report 2018Highlights of 2019


Approximately 3,320 youth participated in 50 projects. Project leaders reported their youth:
    •  Developed skills in gardening and science.
    •  Learned how to eat a healthy diet and enjoyed being active in the garden.
    •  Gained experiences in helping their community through public service.


These projects: 
    •  Established gardens at schools to support their educational programs.
    •  Beautified schools, parks, museums, courthouses, senior care centers, churches, fairgrounds and city streets, the state's veterans home, a military base and a community zoo.
    •  Donated 18,200 pounds of fresh vegetables to food banks, churches, school lunch programs, senior care centers, and other needy families.
    •  Provided disabled children and youth-at-risk with opportunities to grow a garden.
    •  Forged partnerships among businesses and organizations in communities. 


Annual Report 2019. Available March 2020.

Annual Report 2018. This illustrated document (72 pages, 4.2 MB) presents an introduction to the JMG program, a summary of activities, and feedback from project leaders. An illustrated, one-page summary of each of the 53 projects is presented.

At-A-Glance 2018. This is a summary (8 pages, 390 KB) of our annual report. A single-page brief is also available. 

Reports from previous years are also available:

ND JMG Annual Report 2017
Annual Report 2017 (80 pages, 7.3 MB) and At-A-Glance 2017 summary (9 pages, 623 KB)




ND JMG Annual Report 2016
Annual Report 2016 (85 pages, 4.2 MB) and At-A-Glance 2016 summary (8 pages, 389 KB)




North Dakota Junior Master Gardener Program Summary 2015

Annual Report 2015
 (93 pages, 6.0 MB) and At-A-Glance 2015 summary (8 pages, 620 KB).

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