The Oneonta Garden Club was created in 1933 and five years later in 1938 joined the Federated Garden Clubs of New York State to become the Oneonta federated Garden Club. Our club boasts a membership of 75 - 100 members and provides members opportunities to participate in meetings, luncheons, workshops, projects, flower shows and other related activities. The OFGC contributes to a scholarship fund for local students, special programs such as the "water project for the Sudan", and takes pride in keeping the local Main Street beautiful by planting flowers each spring as well as maintaining several small public gardens within the City.
To encourage enjoyment of gardening in a responsible and environmentally friendly way.
To learn the techniques of gardening such as propagation, pruning, general maintenance and landscape design.
To learn more about individual garden plants and to be able to identify the common varieties.
To share knowledge and experience with others at our meetings and yearly events.
Wendy Miller Willis
Annual Picnic at Neahwa Park, Oneonta
Farmers' Market at Muller Plaza, Oneonta
Cover designed by Sue Guinan
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