District

Coulee

Coulee District is comprised of 5 garden clubs with memberships ranging from 9 to 29 members each, with a total of 113 members. All of the clubs have ongoing maintenance projects, as well as new potential projects within their communities. Several clubs have received the WGCF Civic Achievement Award. Located along the southwestern edge of […]

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Fox River Valley

Located in the east central portion of the state, the Fox River Valley District is composed of agricultural land, rivers and lakes. Because of the many rivers and lakes and several larger cities, tourism is a major industry within the district. The District is also home to several state parks. Gardeners in the district have […]

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Indianhead

The Indianhead District is the northern most district in the state and includes Ashland, Barron, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Sawyer, Washburn counties. Gardening in the northern part of the state can be quite challenging as the growing season can begin two weeks behind and end two weeks earlier than the rest of the state. We depend […]

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Madison

The Madison District’s garden clubs are located primarily in Dane County, but the district covers much of Southern Wisconsin. We certainly welcome any existing clubs in our area to join with us. We’d also be happy to work with any new (or experienced) gardeners in forming clubs close to their homes and communities. Our members […]

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Milwaukee

The Milwaukee District includes the counties of Dodge, Jefferson, Kenosha, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Walworth, Washington, and Waukesha. More information about us can be found at http://gardenclubs.weebly.com/ MILWAUKEE DISTRICT DIRECTOR: Cheryl Lausten The garden clubs in the Milwaukee District are: Elm Grove Garden Club (Brookfield) – Cheryl Lausten, President Elmbrook Garden Club – Florance Paulson, President […]

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Sheboygan

The Sheboygan District is located on Wisconsin’s east coast and consists of Calumet, Door, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, and Sheboygan counties. There are three clubs located in Sheboygan though members come from surrounding towns.  New clubs are always welcome.  Lakeshore Garden Club started in 1949 and Ivy League Garden Club started in 1958.  The newest club, Living […]

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St. Croix

The St. Croix District is comprised of three garden clubs: Botany Belles and Beaus, Baldwin; Lake Wissota, Chippewa Falls; and Willow River (previously known as Green Thumbelinas), New Richmond. The St. Croix District is comprised of 7 counties. These counties include, Chippewa, Dunn, Eau Claire, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, and St. Croix Counties. We would like […]

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