Garden clubs serve to unite people of all ages and backgrounds who are enthusiastic about learning and getting their hands dirty. Perhaps you love to grow flowers or vegetables? Enjoy landscaping? Want to improve the environment? Create floral arrangements? Desire to help improve and beautify your community? Want to make new friends with similar interests? Participation in a garden club might just help you in any or all of these aspects of gardening. WGCF Membership Brochure
Garden clubs generally meet monthly. Some meet in members homes while others might meet at a central location.
Yearly dues vary by club but range from $10.00 to $30.00. Money goes to the local club to fund programs and outreach activities. A portion goes to National Garden Club, Inc. and to WGCF.
Depends on your time schedule and interests, of course. Attend and help out as you can.
Programs and Projects
Monthly meetings offer a wide range of programs. These programs are determined by the interests of the club members but may include gardening techniques, garden crafts, tours, flower arranging, landscape hints, address environmental concerns and much more. Projects are determined by club members but usually involve community beautification.
Districts There are six districts in Wisconsin. Check out the district pages for more information about clubs in your area and contact information or use the NGC site to locate a club near you. No club in your area? Contact the district director in your area to see about starting one. Coulee District
Adams, Buffalo, Crawford, Jackson, Juneau, La Crosse, Monroe, Richland, Sauk, Trempealeau, Vernon Counties
Clubs located in : Bangor, Elroy, La Crosse, Sparta, Viroqua
The Wisconsin Garden Club Federation founded in 1928 is a charter member of the National Garden Club organization. As an organization, we are proud of our heritage of developing relationships with fellow gardeners, learning, and gardening for good in our communities.