FGCCT 94th Annual Meeting

April 19, 2023
Aqua Turf  Club

“Gateway to Springtime”

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Environmental School, Course 2, Series 4,

“The Living Earth”, Land and Related Issues, Via Zoom, September 21-22, 2023

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Flower Show School, Course 3
Kellog Environmental Center, Derby CT
May 31 – June 2, 2023
Registration Now Open

Landscape Design School – Course 4 – Virtual
March 28-29, 2023
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    FGCCT 94th Annual Meeting

    April 19, 2023
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We’ve been itching to get outside, as much as we’ve wanted to get into our gardens. The same urge is true for so many who are not members of garden clubs – yet. Some discovered their patios or front stoops or back yards thanks to the pandemic. These garden newbies are the future members of our clubs and offer hope for the future, indeed, of our planet.