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ND JMG Annual Report 2017

Highlights from 2017 

Impacts on Youth.
Approximately 3,600 youth participated in projects. Project leaders reported their youth developed skills in gardening and science. Children learned how to eat a healthy diet and enjoyed being active in the garden. The youth gained experiences in helping their community through public service.

Impacts on Communities. These local gardening projects unite businesses and organizations with a community. Over 275 local businesses and organizations worked with NDSU Extension in these projects. 

Projects beautified schools, parks, museums, courthouses, senior care centers, churches, fairgrounds and city streets. The children enhanced the landscapes of the state's veterans home, a military base, and a community zoo. Projects assisted in the production and donation of approximately 22,000 pounds of fresh vegetables.

Annual Report 2017. This illustrated document (80 pages, 7.3 MB) presents an introduction to the program, summary of activities, and feedback from project leaders. An illustrated, one-page summary of each project is presented.

At-A-Glance 2017. This is a summary (9 pages, 623 KB) of our annual report.


Reports from previous years are also available:

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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