We live in a time of ever changing nature and beauty, wildlife and habitats, woodlands and preserves. Our ability to share environmental information will help improve the life and health of our planet and all the beauty we love about it.
We can accept the role of stewards for this earth by spreading the word and getting involved with our community. Impact can only be achieved when we become involved.
The challenge for “Sustaining Our Changing World” will include a mission to impact, educate, involve and empower as many individuals as possible to become environmental stewards. I hope that the projects over the next two years will promote good stewardship impulses which will be the seeds we plant for lifelong habits of environmental awareness and sustainability.
Debbie Brennan, President Spalding Garden Club
Spalding Garden Club is always engaging in great new programs. Some of them are highlighted to the right. To check out more about the latest news, click here.
The Daffodil Mile Project is a joint endeavor of Spalding Garden Club and Sandy Springs Garden Club to plant a one-mile swath of daffodils along the Abernathy Greenway Linear Park, while also helping the families of Cancer patients with the proceeds from the sale of the daffodil bulbs. To find out more about this project click on Daffodil Mile in the Partner Links below.
Spalding Garden Club is working with Dunwoody Springs Elementary School on a three-phase project that includes cleaning up the front grounds of the school, placing bluebird house on the school property, and doing environmental awareness outreach to the third grade classes through our partnership with Keep North Fulton Beautiful.
In 1983 Spalding Garden Club with the support of the Dunwoody Country Club, started a small garden of annuals on the corner of Jett Ferry Road and Dunwoody Club Drive. Over the years this project evolved into a 3,000 square foot butterfly garden. From its inception the entire club has been involved in every phase of the project and maintains the garden through member teams year round.