Requirements for all publications, including flyers, brochures, posters
- If you are producing a publication for the first time please send the completed publication to one of the Communications Committee members.
- If you need assistance developing a publication send content of the publication and what format you would like to one of the Communications Committee members.
- Required Logos: Both the AgriLife Extension Service and Texas Master Gardener Association logos must be on the publication. See below for downloadable logos.
- Required Statements:
- EEO Statement (updated 7/16):
- Full Extension EO/EEO statement (back cover of publications, major marketing pieces, etc.):
- EEO Statement (updated 7/16):
“Texas A&M AgriLife Extension provides equal opportunities in its programs and employment to all persons, regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The Texas A&M University System, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the County Commissioners Courts of Texas Cooperating”
- Short Extension version (for use on Extension stationery templates, county annual report templates, flyers, newsletters, etc.):
“Texas A&M AgriLife Extension is an equal opportunity employer and program provider. The Texas A&M University System, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the County Commissioners Courts of Texas Cooperating”
- DCMGA Information:
Our name: Denton County Master Gardener Association
Website address: dcmga.com
Help Desk phone: 940-349-2892
- Disability Statement: (Required if DCMGA function is held in a Denton County facility.)
“We will seek to provide reasonable accommodation for all persons with disabilities for this program. We ask that you notify the Denton County AgriLife Extension Office of the auxiliary aid or service that will be required.”
- DCMGA Mission Statement: (This is not required, however we would like the mission statement to be included whenever room permits.)
“The Denton County Master Gardener Association is a volunteer program under the guidance of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. As Master Gardeners, our mission is providing research-based information to residents of Denton County that facilitates learning safe, effective and sustainable horticultural practices.”
The copyright law protects DCMGA’s ownership of documents and photos we create. It also protects the rights of others who publish their work in print or on the web. Copyright laws apply to text, videos, graphics and pictures. Documents do not need to display the copyright symbol – although that helps – to receive protection. Don’t use other people’s creations without permission or attribution for any documents that will be published, given to the public, placed on the website, offered for sale or submitted for awards. If you would like additional information, please refer to Copyright Law summary.
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