Texas Garden Club Projects
The 2013-2015 Projects of Texas Garden Clubs, Inc. span the entire state in location and interest. The connecting element is the love of nature and gardening. Come join one of our clubs and become involve with our state's projects.
TGC Special Project: Choices Matter-making wise choices based on our conservation pledge. Educating the public and ourselves about preserving land, water, air, forest and wildlife.
Awards of money will be granted to those clubs or individuals that come up with the best program concerning our conservation pledge. Chair. : Barbara Baker firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brookwood Community is a self-supporting community of functionally disabled adults in Brookshire, TX. They maintain a large horticulture center where they raise plants and create hand thrown pottery and concrete products for sale throughout the Houston area. Located in District IV.
Chair: Carol Smith
Camp Tyler is an outdoor school providing camp experiences and education for Tyler-area fifth grade school children and specialized camps for asthmatic, diabetic, and mentally and physically challenged youth. Located in District III.
Chair: Linda Whetsell email@example.com
Chair: Renee Blaschke
Grapevine Botanical Gardens is a public garden near historic Grapevine, Tx. Grapevine Garden Club members and Tarrant County Master Gardeners educate children and adults about nature, plants, wildlife, recycling, conservation and the environment. The classes, programs and workshops create an awareness of the importance of the natural world that in turn benefits all Texans. A donation to the project will provide opportunities to expand the Garden's educational and volunteer programs and to construct a greenhouse. Located in District II.
Chair: Linda Krimm firstname.lastname@example.org
Keystone Heritage Park is an on-going preservation project of a middle archaic Native American Community and adjoining wetlands in El Paso; listed as a "Save America's Treasures" site. Located in District IX.
Chair: Helen Baumgartner email@example.com
Chair: Nell Zeigler
Seeds for Life Objectives:
Provide seed to the needy; Share knowledge of how to plant, cultivate, and harvest seeds; Teach methods to improve soils using good environmental and conservation principles; Foster the "Seeds for Like" Texas Garden Club Inc. World Gardening program.
Sending seeds internationally was limited by the import restrictions of many countries. Thanks again to TGC who in 2008 approved our use of the seeds in our local communities with approved programs. In the Dist IV area we are donating seeds to Urban Harvest, www.urbanharvest.org. Seeds are furnished for school and communtiy garden programs. The main donation was to HISD schools for youth gardening.
Click here for more information & the history of Seeds for Life.
This application is to give monetary donations to clubs for help due to wildfires and drought.
Dir: Ann Nette Pearce firstname.lastname@example.org Please call if you have questions: 713-432-1260
Riverside Nature Center Chair: Ginger Jones
Texas Forestry Service New project that helps reforest Texas when disasters happen
Chair, Loraine Kuehn
Chair: Joe Whetsell. A long standing non profit organization that protects Nature.