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The GCA Connection











Did you know that GCA gave away $308,400 for scholarships last year to 65 undergraduate, graduate, and PhD students interested in 12 areas including pollinator research, horticulture, ecology, and conservation?

Plant of
the Year

Every year GCA honors a North American native plant.  Read about the selection for this year, the Aristolochia macrophylla or Dutchman’s Pipe.

Take the Healthy Yard Pledge

Read about how you, too, can help to keep our water cleaner and safer by taking the important and simple steps described in the Healthy Yard Pledge.

THe garden club of america

Read more about the GCA, its history, its position on environmental issues, its

different committees, and its mission statement on the GCA navigation bar under “About the GCA”.


Remember to vote for one of the three finalist Founders Fund Projects by March 17th, 2023

Dear PGC Members,


Annually, the PGC membership has an opportunity to vote on which of the three GCA Founders Fund finalists they think should win the top award of $30,000.  To learn about each proposed project, the GCA has supplied the following three project proposals, summaries and photos.  Please go on the GCA site to:






In early March, PGC members were sent a separate email requesting them to cast their vote for one of the proposed projects.  All 199 GCA clubs participate and are required to submit their votes in to GCA Headquarters by March 17.  We look forward to announcing the winner here once the votes are cast and counted.

Mary Saari

Civic Improvement Committee Chair

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