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President’s Project

Gay Austin, the new NGC President, has selected Plant America as her signature project.  Plant America is a large canvas that covers all aspects of gardening, horticulture, garden design and community service.  She is of the belief that most people join garden clubs to share the gardening experience and learn about gardening.

With this in mind, Suzanne Bushnell, Director of the New England Garden Clubs has chosen a theme of Planting the New England Victory Garden, with an emphasis on fighting food insecurity in our Region.  GCFM President Barbara Longstaff has chosen as her project theme Planting Today for America's Tomorrow.  Her focus is to enhance our ongoing goals of protecting and conserving all manner of environmental interests, whether it is protecting our wildlife, pollinators and plant life or ensuring the safety of our air, water and land.  I know this may sound familiar, but I think it bears repeating. The plan for the next two years is to continue with our focus on sustainability as it truly effects us all.  We'll be working together on ways to bring new ideas, information and education to our membership and communities on all of the environmental issues we face today. 



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