I am interested in starting a garden club in the San Diego area. I
have a great way to get the word out but have no previous experience
with garden clubs. How can we wean our way into being a club as we set
out to be educated and have a fun time getting together?
There are some other clubs in your general area that you may wish to
contact. You can find them listed at www.ergonica.com on the Garden
Clubs page. They are listed by state and city in alpha order, so you
can find them quickly. If you haven't participated in a garden club
before, you should get involved with a club to see what you like and
That looks like an interesting site. I will
have to check it out more thoroughly when I have more time.
I just wanted to see if my garden club was listed, and there it
was. I'll share it at the next meeting with the other members.
Anyone starting a new garden club can also ask the people at
www.ergonica.com to list their new club for free. This will help to
recruit new members. They also give non-profit organizations devoted
to gardening a free web page and sub-domain. Many garden clubs also
offer scholarships to students, in addition to helping maintain public
gardens, historic sites and parks.
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