3435 St. Rd. 78
Mount Horeb, WI 53572-1341
Project: Park at Sun Prairie
Theme: “Flourishing in a Garden of Change”
Marion Books at NGC Headquarters, St. Louis, MO
WGCF President Marion Books with NGC President Shirley Nicolai at Moss Mountain Farm, Little Rock, Arkansas
28626 Oak Point Drive
Farmington Hills, MI 48331-2706
“Together We Bloom and Grow”
Plant flowering trees and shrubs in public and private places.
Also, Facebook will be initiated.
Theme: “NGC, Proudly Serving Our Members and Communities”
Plantings for Public and Special Places
Garden clubs serve communities in a most visible way when they provide plantings for public and special places. These plantings can beautify, have environmental value or provide sustenance. This project is purposely broad so that both new and ongoing endeavors can be encouraged.
Furthermore,possibilities exist for every garden club regardless of its size, resources, and energy levels. Committee members will provide resource ideas to facilitate project implementation. A Certificate of Appreciation will be presented when a form along with a berfore and after digital photo is received by committee.
Gardens with Edibles: Chairman: Patricia Rupiper
Container Gardens: Chairman: Susan Robinson
Trees and Shrubs: Chairman Lissa Williamson
PROTECTING AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS
a project recognizing that it is of utmost importance and urgency that members of the NGC identify andaddress critical water issues at local, state, regional and national levels. It is imperative that we become proactive in preserving our aquatic ecosystems by developing and implementing specific watershed management plans, recognizing and initiating strategies for conservations, improvement and proteciton of our coastal waters, wetlands, quifers, watershed, lakes, rivers, streams, crreks, marshes, bogs, springs, flood plains and ponds.
Contact Chairman: Mary Sue Colvin
Web page www.gardenclub.org