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:

  • Interests – Environmental Concerns tab

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 2014 growing season. There is no final goal but rather a desire to see members’ contributions to homegrown food crops including vegetables, fruits and herbs. For more information, please click on:

  • Interests -  Agriculture – Food Crops  tab

Questions? Please email Suzanne at

Suzanne Smith-Oscilowski, Environment Director

Sylvia Wilson, Agriculture Director

President’s Update


May 20, 2014

Dear Farm & Garden Members,

In a week we will converge on the city of Philadelphia, the cradle of horticulture in the United States, to begin our 100th year Anniversary celebration! Around Ambler, there is a flurry of activity as the Planning Committee ties up loose ends, prepare reports, stuff meeting packets, assemble floral arrangements, and finish last minute preparations. I wanted to send this quick note to Read more

Celebrating 100 Years


APRIL 28, 2014

Dear Farm & Garden Members,

Isn’t it exciting that only weeks, not months, remain before the Centennial Celebration and National Meeting?!

So much is happening for this momentous occasion that I am writing to assist the Centennial Planning Committee with updates and to clarify some items. Currently, the Planning Committee consists of Kathy Welsh-Beveridge, Jenny Rose Carey, Linda Lowe, Leslie Morris-Smith, Mary Pat Ford, Maureen Thompson, Susan Hunt, Rita Urbanski, Sharee

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