Junior Master Gardener (JMG) is an innovative national program that exposes young people to gardening, service learning, skill development, group learning, and more. The headquarters for the National JMG Program Office is at Texas A&M University, and, nationally, 28 universities implement the program at the state level. The JMG website provides information about starting and registering a JMG group, ordering curricula, and becoming a state partner (including a list of contacts at participating universities). The site also has a resource page for teachers and leaders; a Kids Zone section with online learning activities; a special Wildlife Gardener section with resources for teachers and kids; monthly JMG newsletters; and information about the JMG Specialist Training.
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