The Australian Master TreeGrower (MTG) is an education and extension program about growing and managing trees on farms.

The program supports farmers who want to grow and manage trees for both conservation and profit, and the extension agents, scientists, industry members and agency staff who work with them.

The Master TreeGrower program is best known for its locally run, 8-day tree growing design and management short courses. Since 1996, more than 75 regional MTG courses have been conducted across Australia involving over 1500 participants and 30 partner organisations. Those who complete the course are recognised by their peers as "Master TreeGrowers".

Other activities include: peer group mentor training for farmers and extension agents; regional vegetation management workshops; introductory and refresher courses for farmers; and contributing to field days, conferences, policy development and research.

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