President’s Message

Dear Members and Friends of WNF&GA,
Renewing friendships and acquaintances was the highlight of our national meeting in Cincinnati. We welcomed eleven first time attendees, who we hope left with a greater understanding of our organization. We also hope these ladies return next year to forge the friendships they started. We would like to see other members who are willing to share their time and talents with us. For those of you who are not members, contact us and find out what we are all about. We are an organization with a long history of educating and sharing our love of plants. If we do not have a branch in your area, you can become a member-at-large.
We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you in the Finger Lakes region of New York next Year!
Rita Urbanski
President WNF&GA

National Meeting 2018

WNF&GA National Meeting 2018 Save the Dates! June 6 – 10, 2018

The 2018 National Meeting of the WNF&GA, in the magnificent Finger Lakes region of New York State, will be based in the City of Ithaca at the south end of Cayuga Lake. With a length of 38 miles, Cayuga is the longest of the Finger Lakes. Its greatest glacier-created depth is 435 feet.

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Projects

Centennial National Projects

100,000 Native Plant Project

Recognizing the importance of native plants, the WNF&GA has taken on the ambitious challenge of planting 100,000 native plants to celebrate our 100th Anniversary.  For more information, please click on:

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Food Crops Project

Agriculture has historically been an important part of the WNF&GA’s early mission. To acknowledge that historical tradition, we will be recording the food crops grown by our members during the Read more