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The Bay City Garden Club encourages dedication to conservation and preservation of our environment. We support education and participation in matters of conservation through the Conservation and NAL committees, it’s programs, involvement in Garden Club of America conservation projects and monitoring legislation.
The Garden History and Design Committee seeks to educate members about styles and trends in landscape and garden design, and to demonstrate that American gardens are an integral part of the cultural and social life of the communities where these gardens exist. The committee hosts programs, seminars, workshops and garden visits throughout the year. In addition, Committee members present papers on significant garden designers past and present.
Rooted within the very core of the Garden Club of America mission, the Horticulture Committee stimulates knowledge and a love of gardening by sponsoring lectures, demonstrations, meetings, and projects, and by disseminating horticultural information to GCA clubs and the general public.
Partners for Plants is a joint program of The Garden Club of America’s Conservation and Horticulture Committees to monitor and conserve rare plants, restore native habitats and remove invasive weeds on federal, state and local public lands of 150 acres or more. Partners for Plants volunteers have partnered with land agencies to conserve a variety of natural open spaces throughout the United States. Since the program’s beginning in 1992, there have been over 375 projects nationwide.
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