Clubs' events

October 16, 2019

Fall District Meeting

District Meeting Lunch Reservations







Wonderful educational experience last night. Susan Berry of the Hollywood Garden Club
gave a presentation on Native Plants and their care.  Thank you for warm welcome and education.

2019-2021 FFGC Yearbook Information

District XI 2019 Spring Meeting

District XI 2019 Spring Meeting

Jeri Decker, M.S. Natl. Board., EC  
*Forgiveness is giving up the hope that the past could have been any different.   *Faith is believing in something when common sense tells you not to.   *Don't let the sadness of your past and the fear of your future ruin the happiness of   your present. *Consider how hard it is to change yourself and you'll understand what little chance you have in changing others! *When you're willing and able to bend, you're much less likely to break.

Susan Berry, President Hollywood GC
Sharon Bogard, Ft. Lauderdale GC

Group Photo

What Are Emerald Awards?

The NatureScape Emerald Award recognizes businesses, municipalities, schools, government facilities and homeowners that have created and maintained model Florida-friendly landscapes or completed exceptional projects.   NatureScape awards and trophies are given in the following categories:
    Special Achievement
The NatureScape Emerald Award application (pdf 149kb) (MSWord doc 114 kb) is due by December 31st each year.  The Award Winners received their awards and trophies at a special ceremony during the Annual Water Matters Day in March .

Emerald Award Application
NatureScape Broward is now accepting applications for National Wildlife Federation Habitat Steward Training

January 8th-12th, 2018 (Application attached.) Habitat Steward Volunteers are individuals with a keen interest in the environment and a willingness to volunteer their time and expertise to help others create or restore wildlife habitat. Habitat Stewards make a commitment to volunteer for at least 30 hours of service to the National Wildlife Federation within a year of completing their training. Examples of some volunteer opportunities include:

  • Consulting with neighbors about filling habitat needs in their backyard
  • Speaking at civic association meetings or clubs about the importance of wildlife habitat
  • Joining a Community Wildlife Habitat Team
  • Writing articles for local newspapers or magazines
  • Distributing habitat information at local festivals
  • Creating and maintaining Schoolyard Habitats
District XI hosts a Fall 2017 Flower Design Class

NGC Evironmental School 2017

Mona Johnston was presented with an Earth Steward Award at NGC Environmental School, November 14, 2017 Pine Jog Environmental Center. The Earth Steward is one who has been recognized for outstanding efforts in the stewardship of our natural resources in the field of gardening, landscape design, education, or legislation.

 L-R;  Nancy Richards, School Chairman and FFGC State School Environmental Chairman/Credentials,  Mona Johnston, District XI, NatureScape Chairman, Lighthouse Point Garden Club, Barbara Hadsell, NGC Gardening Schools Chairman, FFGC State School Landscape Design School Chairman Credentials

2017 Fall District Meeting

Sash Award" for 2016 Convention  "Treasure's Pagaent" presented by Tina Tuttle, FFGC 3rd VP at Fall District Meeting to contestant Inger Jones

Left to right:
Tina Tuttle FFGC 3rd VP,

Inger Jones
Garden Club of Lighthouse Point

Lauderdale-By-The Sea
 Garden Club, October 17, 2017 Meeting

Lecture on fracking

Inger Jones
NGC Environmental Consultant

For more information and monthly programs for individual clubs, go to their websites:
Coral Springs Garden Club
Garden Club of Lighthouse Point
 Fort Lauderdale Garden Club

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