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NGC Membership Mondays

LEARN, GROW, CONNECT, SERVE, TOGETHER MEMBERSHIP MONDAYS OCTOBER & NOVEMBER ZOOM PROGRAMS NGC Grants Programs Did you know that NGC offers six types of grants to help your club succeed in community projects? Join us October 10 and November 8 as we explore each grant. These workshops will teach you how and when you can apply, and how to make your grant application shine. We'll also share success stories from clubs across the Americas who have put these grants to good [...]

By |2022-09-27T17:24:56-04:00September 27, 2022|News Posts|0 Comments

4-H School Gardening Seminar October 28, 2022

2022 4-H School Garden Conference  Celebrate Community through Gardening at the Eighth School Garden Conference! COLUMBUS-The eighth 4-H school garden conference will take place Friday, October 28th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center on the OSU Campus. The theme this year is Cultivating Common Ground. School gardens are a way to bring a community together through shared experiences of planting, harvesting, cooking and more. Learn about the diversity that a garden has [...]

By |2022-10-05T10:31:50-04:00September 22, 2022|News Posts|0 Comments

Invasive Jumping Worms

REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE WITH INVASIVE WORM STUDY My name is Cynthia Yoder. I was hoping you could forward this email along to your group mailing list and anyone else you think may be interested. I will be sending this to other clubs and school systems as well. I am a graduate student at the University of Akron studying jumping worm species (Amynthas spp.) and their effects on garden plants and other worm species. I'm also working on ways to reach out [...]

By |2022-09-21T16:25:52-04:00September 21, 2022|News Posts|0 Comments

Seed Bombs!

Random Acts of Planting with Seed Balls by Donna Rouch, Second Vice President, NGC Posted on National Garden Clubs, Inc. website on February 7, 2022 Gardeners have their particular way of planting seeds in their garden.  Gardeners can make straight rows or contour rows; plant on mounds or in twelve-inch squares.  My grandmother's cry was, "Just get it in the ground and water!" Mother Nature allows those tiny seeds to sprout and push their little heads through the soil toward the [...]

By |2022-02-09T13:11:30-05:00February 9, 2022|News Posts|0 Comments
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