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The Gardener’s Pledge

The Gardener’s Pledge

I pledge, as a Garden Club Member, to faithfully protect from waste and destruction, the natural resources of our country; its flora, fauna, soil, water, air; and to respect human life and all living things sacred to the preservation of our environment.

New Land Acknowledgement

New Land Acknowledgement

The Garden Club recently adopted a new land acknowledgement pledge as part of the Gardener’spledge. The new land acknowledgement pledge is: I come with respect for this land that I am on today,and for the people who have and do reside here byacknowledging the authentic 

Welcome

Welcome

Whether you have a large gardens, small gardens, patio or balcony gardens, or even no garden at all; we welcome everyone whose curiosity, passion and love for such unique spaces which has led you to us. Our many activities and volunteer opportunities give our experts 

Want to Become a Member?

Want to Become a Member?

There is plenty to do, much to see and many opportunities to join a community to grow together and thrive. Take a peek at the links below to learn more. New Member? – Oshawa Garden Club Giving Gardens Project – Oshawa Garden Club Become A 

Oshawa’s Centennial Workshops

On March 8, the City of Oshawa celebrates its 100th anniversary as a City, marking a century of its vibrant history.  In conjunction with the Durham Master Gardeners, several free gardening-focused workshops are being offered : two on-line and two in-person. Check our calendar of 

District 17 Annual General Meeting

It’s time to register for the District 17 AGM which is being held on April 27th at Lviv hall. Tickets are $35. Email Jill at jillsnape55@gmail.com for registration detailsThe day will include two speakers-Paul Zammit in the morning and Cathy Kavassalis in the afternoon. There 

Free Online workshops from Blooming Boulevards

Free Online workshops from Blooming Boulevards

We couldn’t BEE more delighted to present this year’s online workshops Not only are they chock full of great information, they are FREE and available online. Sign up now, and when the time comes grab a cup of tea, log on and tune in! Using 

The Butterfly Way – February 12, 2024

The Butterfly Way – February 12, 2024

Speaker- Colleen Cirillo In response to declining pollinator populations in Canada and around the world, the David Suzuki Foundation initiated the Butterfly Way Project in 2017. Since then, participation has grown from 120 volunteers in five cities to 1,500 in 300 towns and cities. Learn 

Hearth Place Gardens Project

Hearth Place Gardens Project

Hearth Place is a cancer support centre in Oshawa that serves all of Durham Region. It receives no government funding and relies on donations from benefactors and fund raising initiatives. Every Friday morning from late April until the end of October, a dedicated group of 

BUS TRIPS

BUS TRIPS

OGC assumes no responsibility if you attend these trips. They are recommended by ourformer Greenleaf editor. All details can be found by visiting the respective websites. OGC hasno further information on these tours. http://www.canxplore.ca a bus trip to RBG, Whistling Gardens, and Northland Nursery onThursday,