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Bee Kind to Pollinators.

Plant Natives.

Create Backyard Habitats.

Our pollinators need your help!
Over the next two years we want to raise the consciousness of our members about
the plight of pollinators of all types and what we as gardeners can do to help them. We
want to encourage members to plant natives to attract pollinators and design landscapes
to nurture them. We call on all CT Clubs to further these goals by sponsoring club
programs and projects to promote pollinators, natives and habitats. For more information, please click here.

Jacqueline Connell

President

NGC Wants CONNECTICUT on Flickr!

Share your garden club pictures with the world. Send pictures of your Blue Star Memorial plantings and dedications; your flower shows; your daffodil plantings; your civic beautification projects; your aquatic eco-systems projects; your Plantings for Public & Special Places projects; your glorious hydrangeas (President Shirley’s favorite flower); your Arbor Day plantings; the list is long. Be sure to identify the club or district and the location.

We’d like a monthly feature of a garden club’s project – so send a series of 6-10 pictures of your club’s project.

Mostly we want Connecticut represented. Send pictures to Robin Pokorski at RobinP@juno.com. Then visit the site (www.Flickr.com/NationalGardenClubs) and find pictures for your newsletters and flyers and ideas for projects and plantings and staging and, and, and – it’s all there for you!

 


 

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The Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut, Inc. is an educational, charitable non-profit organization made up of 7,053 individual members, 151 clubs and 15 affiliate organizations. It is one of thirteen charter members of the National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc., now known as the National Garden Clubs, Inc., which was organized on May 1,1929, (two days after Connecticut's first meeting), and has had almost continuous representation on the National Board.

National Garden Clubs, Inc. is a service organization dedicated to the development of gardening, the betterment and beautification of the community and the exchange of ideas. It is the largest gardening organization in the world, comprising nearly a quarter of a million members from every state in the union as well as National and International Affiliates. It is closely unified through the eight regions under a Regional Director, who serves on the Executive Committee.

As garden clubs have grown in Connecticut, The Federation has continued its interests in Civic Development, Environmental Concerns/Conservation, Garden Therapy, Historic and Memorial and Public Gardens, Horticulture, Legislative/Government Action, Public Relations, Scholarships and Youth Activities. It sponsors Flower Show, Landscape Design Study, Gardening Study, and Environmental Studies Schools for the continuing education and benefit of its members. Its Connecticut Federation NEWS publication, which has been in existence almost since the beginning of The Federation, is issued ten times each year to keep members informed of Federation activities and is now emailed to subscribing members at the beginning of the month. A Text-Only version can be downloaded from this website.

New "Protect Wildflowers" License Plate!

The first official garden club special interest license plate, designed by the Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut, Inc., as a conservation project through the CT state Motor Vehicle Department, is now available to the public. To find out more or to order your own "Protect Wildflowers" license plate, click here.

How to Contact Us …

Our office is located in Branford, Connecticut. Our office hours are 9 am to 1 pm, Monday to Wednesday.

Mailing Address:
PO Box 854
Branford, CT 06405
Telephone:
(203) 488-5528
Fax:
(203) 488-5528
Email:
office@ctgardenclubs.org

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Last updated September 16, 2014