The National Garden Club, inc.

Mission Statement
National Garden Clubs, Inc. provides education, resources, and national networking opportunities for its members to promote the love of gardening, floral design, and civic and environmental responsibility.
Theme for 2017-2019: “Plant America”

National Headquarters Contact Information

4401 Magnolia Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110-3492
Phone: (314) 776-7574    Fax: (314) 776-5108
To find out about programs go to Projects.

The Sakonnet Preservation Association

sponsors public education events bringing experts in the conservation field to speak on such topics as: grass-nesting bird stewardship; basics of conservation easements; local impacts of winter moth infestation. To check the schedule of upcoming programs starting January 27, click on Educational Programs.

The New England Garden Club

Theme for 2017-2019: “NEGC Plants for everyone”

Susan Hinkel, President, may be contacted at:

Phone: 802-293 9566

The Rhode Island Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.

Our Mission

To nurture the interest and appreciation of our natural world through:

  • Education
  • Networking opportunities to promote the love of gardening
  • Floral Design
  • Civic beautification
  • Preservation of the beauty and natural resources of the state of Rhode Island
The Rhode Island Federation (RIFGC) was organized in 1930 with a Charter Membership of nine clubs. Our current President is Deb Ort. You may contact her at with any inquiry.


The Garden Conservancy

The mission of the Garden Conservancy is to preserve, share, and celebrate America’s gardens and diverse gardening traditions for the education and inspiration of the public. Visit their Website for upcoming events.

Little Compton Community Center



The Garden Club holds most of its programs at the Community Center and organizes gardening activities for the children in the after school program and at camp.

The Sogkonate Garden Club works with:

The Little Compton Wellness Center

The mission of the Little Compton Wellness Center is to promote healthy aging within our community through affordable programs and services.  

The Garden Club offers free workshops to the Day Center participants: in November, members assist each participant in making a silk flower arrangement. In June, members help with the making of a flower arrangement to take home.

The Wilbur & McMahon School