How AGS Chapter's Grow Membership
AGS would like to know what works for recruiting new members and keeping members engaged, so we can share "best practices" with each other.
Which of the following activities does your Chapter do to expose the public to your organization and gain members?
Talks or Demonstrations
Class or project with Garden Clubs, Master Gardeners (Adults)
Class or project with 4H, Future Farmers, Scouts (Youth)
Classes in Collaboration with School teachers
Educational booth, Demonstrations
Selling raw gourds: Farmer's Markets
Displays at public locations: Art shows, gallery events, Welcome Center, Public Library
Competition: Farm Show, County Fair, State Fair
Articles, Photos, Interviews: local papers & TV
Which of the activities above are the most effective for your group and why?
What tactics do you find are good to get people to stop & talk to your folks?
Samples of gourd art
Educational gourd display (gourd instruments, variety of gourds, growing gourds display)
Chapter Membership cards
AGS magazines & AGS membership cards
Drawing (new members) for gift box of gourd supplies
Make & Take project
Signage, Table covers, Display shelving
What tactics (above) do you find are most important? Other tactics?
What is your recommendation for growing & keeping members?
What is your biggest challenge?
What do you want AGS to do more of to help your chapter?
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