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Master gardeners earn certification
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UW-Extension master gardeners include: in front, from left, Susan Anderson, Jim Meuth, Sally Bear, Ricky Kiesling, Lois Baker and Norma Bader; middle row, Mark Mayer, advisor Lloyd Lueschow, Jayne Butts, Deb Kleppe, Tanna McKeon, Kris Winkler, Lynn Lokken, Gregg Smith and Theresa Colney; back row, Eugene Gessler, Dan Chapman, Sharon Adams, Linda Uttech, Marilyn Sandin-Ross, Tamara Schulte, Mike Davis, Cheryl Rezabek, Mike Colney and Kristi Leonard. Not pictured are Kay Collins-Argue, Linda Boll, Mary Jackson, Rudy Kaderly, Susan Konopacki, Mary Nelson, Ann Marie Ott, Cindy Palombi, Wendy Pendergraph, Paul Roemer and Rae Wellnitz. (Photo supplied)
MONROE - Thirty-three Green County area residents were recently recognized for earning their Master Gardener Certification at the annual meeting of the Green County Master Gardeners Association. The main functions of the group are to serve the needs of horticulturists in the area, provide continuing education for its members, provide community services through volunteer activities, exchange gardening ideas, promote responsible and sound gardening practices and to provide a link between the community and the University of Wisconsin-Extension. To earn the UW-Extension Master Gardener Certification participants are required to complete 36 hours of classroom training.

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