The national logo is meant to be a national brand-type identifier, similar to the 4-H clover.
- The national logo is not meant to replace or supersede any local or state Master Gardener logos.
- When used alone, the national logo is meant to identify programs or projects beyond the state level. In this case, use of the logo is granted by the Extension Master Gardener National Committee (EMGNC).
- The national logo can be used alongside an authorized state/local Extension logo – this will usually require approval by state/local Extension offices.
For a hard copy of the information above, see: Use of EMG National Logo8.5x11.pdf
Extension Master Gardener Logo Graphics
For Extension Master Gardener programs using the national EMG logo as defined above, the following graphics are available:
Small to Medium Logo
Best for letter sized paper and web use:
Better for print or posters.
EMG Web Badge
An Extension Master Gardener web badge can be used to connect web sites with the national Extension Master Gardener web page http://www.extension.org/mastergardener or blog http://blogs.extension.org/mastergardener/.
EMG Web Badge Graphic
This web badge may be used and placed on your website as is. (Web badge inspired by the University of Florida Master Gardener program)
EMG Web Badge Icon
If the web badge graphic above does not fit well with your website, you can use this small icon and add your own text to create your own web badge to refer users to the national EMG website or blog.
Questions about national Extension Master Gardener Logo Use
Any questions about use of the national Extension Master Gardener logo can be directed to members of the Extension Master Gardener National Committee (EMGNC)