The Garden Club of Kentucky, Inc.
- To promote interest in and knowledge of horticulture, gardening, garden therapy, and youth gardening.
- To encourage beautification of home, community, and state.
- To encourage appreciation and conservation of wildflowers, wildlife, forests, wilderness areas, and other natural resources and cooperate with other agencies promoting these interests.
Organization: The Garden Club of Kentucky (GCKY) was incorporated in 1931 and is a member of the South Atlantic Region of the National Garden Clubs. The GCKY is divided into five Districts (Audubon, Blue Grass, Dogwood, Limestone and Mt. Laurel) with approximately 50 local clubs and 2,000 members. The state organization has seven elected officers, five district directors, ten appointed officers and 44 state committee chairs to provide help and direction for club development and growth. Committees include arboriculture, birds, butterflies, civic and environmental awareness, roadside development, scholarship, Woodsy Owl and Smokey Bear, and youth. Continue reading “About Us”