Posted December 9, 2014 - Join us May 12-18, 2015 in Louisville, Kentucky for the running of National Garden Clubs' 86th Annual Convention! Our location this year is the Louisville Crowne Plaza Airport Hotel and our time will be filled with meetings, speaker events, seminars and tours.
Our featured speakers will include Dr. Paul Cappiello, Executive Director of Yew Dell Botanical Gardens, which is considered to be one of America's most unique gardens. Tours will include excursions to Churchill Downs, Yew Dell Botanical Gardens, and other legendary Louisville attractions and landmarks.
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October 2014 - The Environmental Concerns and Conservation Committee of National Garden Clubs, Inc. announces the publication of the new "Ecology Warriors Workbook".
Open new doors for in-depth creative learning and educational opportunities centered on the natural resources of planet earth: our air, water, forest, land and wildlife.
Remember, you can Make a World of Difference through the choices you make for the conservation and preservation of our natural resources. Click here to learn more.
August 2014 - Elaine Gunderson, Pacific Regional Director and NGC AMES Chairman is pleased to announce NGC's newest project partnership with The AMES Companies, Inc. You may recognize the AMES name as one of the most prominent brands in the gardening and landscaping business, as they have been providing quality equipment and tools since 1774!
We have arranged a new project thanks to the support and participation of The AMES Companies, Inc. which will run from October 2014 through October 2015. By participating in this new project, garden clubs may be eligible to share in an award of free garden tools that are necessary as part of the work.
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National Garden Clubs Inc. announces the winners of its highest honor: the 2014 Award of Excellence. The winners who were announced at NGC's annual convention, include Dr. Waddell Barnes of Macon, Ga., and Judith Seydel of Idaho Falls, Idaho. NGC is recognized as the largest volunteer gardening organization in the world.
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Presentations were made at the 85th Annual Convention in Norman, Oklahoma with the theme "Black Gold & Red Earth". Congratulations to our winners and best wishes for your future education!