Resources

The Garden Club of America

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The purpose of The Garden Club of America is to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening, to share the advantages of association by means of educational meetings, conferences, correspondence and publications, and to restore, improve and protect the quality of the environment through educational programs and action in the fields of conservation and civic improvement.

Founded in 1913, The Garden Club of America is a volunteer, nonprofit 501(c)3 organization comprised of 200 member clubs and approximately 18,000 club members throughout the country. Visit their website to learn more. 

Tennessee Federation of Garden Clubs

Founded is 1926, TFGC is divided into four districts. Each year the state hosts two main events: the state convention and a Conservation Camp. Flower shows and educational gardening programs and schools are also planned throughout the state in each of the four Districts. Visit their website to learn more. 

The American Horticultural Society

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The American Horticultural Society (AHS) is one of the oldest national gardening organizations in the country.

Since 1922, we have been a trusted source of high quality gardening and horticultural information.

Today, our mission blends education, social responsibility, and environmental stewardship with the art and science of horticulture. Please join us in making America a nation of gardeners, a land of gardens. Visit their website to learn more.

Riverwoods

Riverwoods was donated to the Memphis Garden Club in 1973 and then designated as a state natural area in 1978. In 2006 the Memphis Garden Club, a member of the Garden Club of America, donated the property to the Tennessee Division of Natural Areas. An agreement to manage and open the natural area was entered into between the State, the Memphis Garden Club and City of Germantown. The Memphis Garden Club donated funding to purchase materials to build the kiosk. The Germantown Parks and Recreation Department installed the parking area and built the trail. Today, Germantown manages the natural area in cooperation with the Tennessee Division of Natural Areas.  Visit their website to learn more. 

Wolf River Conservancy

The Wolf River Conservancy® is dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the Wolf River and its watershed as a sustainable natural resource. Visit their website to learn more.