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November Luncheon Reservation Form (Nov. 1, 2017)
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Plant Sale Donation Form (with sample plant tags)
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General RGC Expense Form
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Civic Beautification Expense Form
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Membership Form
*New members: Please contact our membership chair before submitting this form
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Parental Media Permission Form


History of Redding Garden Club
Download the history of the RGC, compiled by our wonderful historian, Johanne Kurz.
Also—Download the 2009-2011 History Addendum.


Map of RGC Civic Beautification Sites
Download the Map of the Garden Club's CB sites. Then visit and enjoy.


Links
These are links to organizations we support. They provide exceptional resources on plants, gardening, and ways to preserve and enjoy our watershed and environment.

In Redding:

Fairfield County Deer Management Alliance: A cooperative regional municipal effort of 18 towns designed to bring deer numbers back down to healthy, safe levels
Highstead Arboretum: Sanctuary for the study and appreciation of woodland plants and habitats
New Pond Farm: An environmental education center with a working farm, connecting people with the land
The Parade Path at Town Hall: Botanical and historical resource of 400 years of heirloom ornamental plants on the periphery of Redding's historic Town Green
Redding Land Trust: Preserving Redding's natural heritage of open space

In Connecticut:

Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station: Soil testing, plant information, answers to plant and insect problems, tick testing
Connecticut Audubon Society: 19 wildlife sanctuaries and 2,600 acres of open space
Connecticut Fund for the Environment: Dedicated to protecting and improving the land, air and water of Connecticut and Long Island Sound
Connecticut Flower & Garden Show: Held every February, one of the east coast's premier flower & garden shows
The Garden Conservancy: Preserving America's exceptional gardens
Norwalk River Watershed Association: Working to improve the water quality and aesthetic value of the 40,000-acre Norwalk River watershed.

Gardening with Native Plants:
Connecticut Botanical Society
New England Wildflower Society

Plant Database:
http://plants.usda.gov/index.html



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