By Kate Erion, CSEMG

As Sue Riesgraf prepares to say goodbye to the Carver-Scott Extension Master Gardener Program that she coordinated for three years, she says that getting to know the volunteers was the best part of her job.  Riesgraf recently returned to a position as a training coordinator for the University of Minnesota’s MAST International program.  MAST, which stands for “Minnesota Agricultural Student Trainee”, is a program that brings agricultural students from around the world to the United States to “live, learn and study with Americans”,
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