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About NDSU Extension Master Gardener

Master Gardener Intern Guidelines

Master Gardener Interns (MGI's) are those who have completed the requirements of the Core Course and are now in their initial two years of volunteer service with the program. During this two year period, Interns will complete 48 hours of volunteer service within the state of North Dakota or a county bordering ND. Certification hours must come from the three categories explained below. Continuing Education hours are NOT needed during the internship.

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Certified Master Gardener Guidelines

Certified Master Gardeners are those who have completed the Core Course and the two year, 48 hour Internship requirement in North Dakota's Extension Master Gardener Program. To remain active in the program, they are responsible for reporting 20 hours of volunteer service completed within the state of North Dakota as well as 10 hours of continuing education content annually.

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Master Gardener Diagnostician and Apprentice Guidelines

Master Gardener Diagnosticians have committed to an additional level of volunteerism within North Dakota. Diagnosticians are Certified Master Gardeners who have completed further training to diagnose pathological and entomological diseases of the horticultural world. They have also mastered the digital world, using our Ask an Expert tool to help with questions asked online from across the state.

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