Recognizing the important role of pollinators in our local ecosystem, our club is partnering with other groups in our community to support healthy habitats.
With plenty of weeding, shoveling, planting and raking, WGC members fill Northshore Health and Wellness Center’s planters and garden beds to surround seniors with color for every season.
We will be awarding two $2500 scholarships for the 2023-2024 academic year. Washington state residents pursuing continued education in horticulture, botanically oriented environmental studies, landscape design, botany, agronomy, botanical sustainability, or other plant-related fields are encouraged to apply.
The Woodinville Garden Club has helped fund an urban/school “farming” project called “Leota Grows” at Leota Middle School. Initiated by a special education teacher, Erik Breekha, the Leota Grows project has allowed students to participate in the construction, soil building, planting, watering, maintenance and harvesting of new, wheelchair accessible garden beds.