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Why Agents Would Want to Help Recruit Travelers

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  • It’s an amazing experience for your MG volunteers. A special perk you can offer and all you have to do is tell them about it. It builds excitement and enthusiasm for participation in your EMG program for both new and experienced volunteers. It is a wonderful learning opportunity to see plants in their native habitat and learn about the growing conditions in which they thrive.
  • When travelers come home, you can allow them to share their experiences and what they learned with other MG volunteers via a presentation, an article, or a post. This provides the travelers with a leadership opportunity, shines a spotlight on them, allows other volunteers to travel vicariously, and may inspire others to participate in future travel study adventures.
  • Award Continuing Education credits to travelers. We will post the number of hours spent on tours and lectures for each adventure. You can decide how many hours to award. You can still require a minimum number of continuing education hours to be obtained from local opportunities while approving all the hours of the tour. This provides you and the state program with an accurate assessment of the actual investment by volunteers in learning about horticulture. It might also provide an incentive for volunteers to join a study tour.
  • You may want to guide a tour in the future and will need to rely on other agents to help fill the slots so that you can go.
  • It is easy!! Just build it into your existing communication strategies
    • Email
    • Portal Posts
    • Social Media
    • Newsletters
    • EMG Intranet
    • Announcement at Initial Training and updates.
  • Upcoming Travel Study Adventures you can help promote.