Master Gardener volunteers were recognized October 3, 2012 at the 32nd Annual Florida Master Gardener Continued Training Conference.
Awards by Category
Beautification/Enhancement: Columbia County
Master Gardeners whose efforts beautify and enhance their community.
County Display: Polk County
Displays that educate or create awareness about Extension and horticulture.
Demonstration/Educational Garden: Leon County
Award-winning gardens have educational components and effectively reach their intended audiences.
Educational Materials Development: Hillsborough County
Recognizing proactive educational materials for the general public or other Florida Master Gardeners.
Extension Awareness: Hillsborough County
Master Gardeners who promote awareness of the University of Florida/IFAS and the Florida Cooperative Extension Service.
General Achievement: Martin County
Recognizing Master Gardener involvement unique to any of the other categories.
Outstanding Master Gardener: Sherry Harmon, Nature Coast
Recognizing a Master Gardener who has made outstanding efforts in several projects and activities.
Personal Communications: Okaloosa County
Awarded to Master Gardeners that are exceptionally reactive or responsive to telephoned questions or concerns of the public.
Service to 4-H and Other Youth: Santa Rosa County
Recognizing Master Gardeners who make outstanding contributions to Florida 4-H and/or other youth horticulture groups.
Special Audiences: Alachua County
Recognizing Master Gardeners who make contributions to special audiences such as senior citizens or disabled persons.
Written and Verbal Mass Communications: Hillsborough County
This award is based on excellence in communications including news articles, feature stories, or columns.
County Master Gardener Newsletter: Manatee County
Awarded for newsletters, either exclusively for Master Gardeners or also for the public, distributed in the county.
For more information on this year's conference, see the 2012 Master Gardener Continuted Training Conference page.