Projects

Over the years, the Augusta Garden Club has participated in many projects that further its mission in Staunton and Augusta County. From coordinating a tour that helps create a combined $11-million annual economic impact on Virginia communities statewide, to contributing 65 dogwood trees for planting in Gypsy Hill Park, to designing and installing five signs to educate the public about the Lewis Creek Watershed, to buying over 165 gardening-related books for the Staunton Public Library, the Augusta Garden Club is devoted to fostering conservation, beautification, and a love of gardening in our community. Have an idea for a project? Please contact us.

HGW-project

Dogwood-project

Lewis-Creek-Signs-project

Rawlinson-Collection-project