NC State Extension Publications

 

This document is reviewed on an annual basis. Proposed revisions are subject to review and approval by the North Carolina EMGV state coordinator, the North Carolina EMGV State Management Team, the Extension leader for the Department of Horticultural Science, the NC State program leader—Agriculture and Natural Resources, the Director of the NC Cooperative Extension Service, NC State University Office of Legal Affairs, and NC State University's director of Insurance and Risk Management.

Individuals, local programs, or EMGV Associations that fail to abide by these policies may be placed on probation, have privileges revoked, or both.

Local EMGV programs may develop additional local guidelines provided they maintain the goals and standards set forth in this document. Volunteer hours and training requirements may exceed the minimum requirements. A copy of the proposed county policy statement should be submitted to the state EMGV coordinator for approval and should be posted on the local EMGV intranet site.

An NC State EMGV making compost in Wake County.

An NC State EMGV making compost in Wake County.

NC Cooperative Extension Service

Author:

Extension Specialist, Urban Horticulture
Horticultural Science

Publication date: June 4, 2015
Last updated: Nov. 9, 2015
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