Division & Branch Info

The Branches of the WNF&GA are organized into one Division of 26 branches in Michigan with its own president and website, seven Single Branches in New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and the loyal Members-at-Large who move away or are too far from a single branch.

Click on the underlined links to learn more about a local branch.

Inquire today about joining a Branch – you will meet a great group of people and learn so much about horticulture and the environment around us. Varied in interests, each branch fulfills its members’ needs and desires with programs, projects and community involvement that coincide with the purpose of the National Association: to stimulate interest in agriculture and horticulture activities and to promote the interest of Woman’s National Farm and Garden Association, Inc.

Michigan Division Branches

Bloomfield Hills Branch, Bloomfield Hills
Clarkston Farm & Garden Branch, Clarkston
Country Garden Club of Northville, Northville
County Downs Branch, Huntington Woods
Franklin Branch, Franklin
Grosse Pointe Farm & Garden Club, Grosse Pointe
Grosse Pointe Park Garden Club, Grosse Pointe Park
Grosse Pointe Shores Branch, Grosse Pointe Shores
Indian Village Branch, Detroit
Lapeer Wildflowers Branch, Lapeer
Milford Branch, Milford
Moonglow Branch, Trenton
Northville Branch, Northville
Plymouth Branch, Plymouth
Pontiac Branch, Pontiac
Port Huron Garden Club, Port Huron
Rochester Branch, Rochester
Rochester Branch, Rochester (Facebook)
Romeo & Juliet Garden Club, Romeo
Saginaw Branch, Saginaw
Springfield Branch, Davisburg
Trailwood Garden Club, Plymouth
Trenton Branch, Trenton
Troy Garden Club, Troy
Warren Branch, Warren
Waterford Branch, Waterford

New York Branches

Tri-County Branch (Facebook), Hartford
Cambridge Branch, Cambridge

Ohio Branches

Dooryard Garden, Ottawa
Tawa Garden Club, Rawson

Pennsylvania Branches

West Deer Garden Club, eastern Pittsburgh
Ambler-Keystone Branch Website, Ambler
Ambler-Keystone Branch (Facebook), Ambler
Bucks Farm & Garden (Facebook), Doylestown

All Branches

Each is a branch of a national organization started in WWI England to teach women skills needed to maintain food production while the men were away at war.  Branches across the country provided education and support for people interested in agriculture and horticulture. Many branches focus on sustainability, native plants, and gardens of note. In 2014-2015, members of the national WNF&GA planted over 100,000 native plants for our 100th anniversary!

Internationally members gain information about the state of women all over the world through our affiliated organizations, CWC (Country Women’s Council USA) and ACWW (Associated Country Women of the World). We also have the opportunity for foreign travel.

The Branches have a strong history of altruistic giving. Michigan Branches have a long legacy of gifting to the Michigan 4-H Foundation as well as thousands of dollars given toward educational scholarships, local community beautification, nature preserves and horticultural therapy activities.

Each Branch fosters education for the members through speakers provided at monthly meetings, workshops and hands on gardening experience. The Division also provides education, workshops and interesting speakers at Division Council meetings, which are held 2-3 times each year. The many Branches that comprise the Michigan Division of WNF&GA are an energetic group of women and men who enjoy each other, giving back to their communities, and learning more about the activity they love: gardening!

Highlights of New York Branches are:

  • Love of Gardening
  • Friendship
  • Community Civic Service
  • Travel
  • Education
  • Scholarships
  • Floral Arranging
  • Judged Flower Shows
  • Horticultural Therapy
  • Community Beautification

In an atmosphere of friendship and cooperation, the Branches of New York promote growth in our local communities and then reach out to our nation and the world.

At monthly meetings, we address farm issues, marketing, gardening and environmental topics. We also enjoy learning crafts, new hobbies and floral arranging. Our nature based horticultural projects reach out to schools, senior facilities and the Double-H Ranch here in Upstate, New York. The Branch has a summer and winter camp experience for special needs and ill children.

We fund scholarships for college students studying forestry, agriculture, animal husbandry, horticulture and environmental concerns. Our award winning community beautification projects are started and maintained by our talented members each summer season. We have also been known to just have good wholesome fun at our flower shows, picnics, trips and outings. Our meetings are open to the public. If you are interested in a “Growth Experience”, please visit and join us.

Highlights of Ohio Branches:

Varied in interests, each branch fulfills its members’ needs and desires with programs, projects and community involvement that coincide with the purpose of the National Association: to stimulate interest in agriculture and horticulture activities and to promote the interest of Woman’s National Farm and Garden Association, Inc.

Thus when planning their year, the Ohio Branches concentrate on furthering their education in horticulture, floral design, gardening, agriculture and community service.

Ever supportive of the National Association, as well as it’s Branches, Ohio prides itself in donations to scholarships and educational programs at all levels.
A few projects of note include:

  • provide (2) $500 scholarships to students pursuing field of horticulture and/or agriculture.
  • installed and maintain gardens at the Putnam County Fairgrounds, YMCA
  • installed a Children’s Garden at Sts Peter and Paul Grade School in Ottawa
  • hold an annual spring plant sale

We welcome you to join us for the fun and friendship. We promise you’ll learn a lot along the way.

Highlights of Pennsylvania Branches:

Our Philadelphia are branches focus on sustainability, native plants, and gardens of note. In 2014-2015, members of our branches led the project to plant over 100,000 native plants for the 100th anniversary of national WNF&GA! Our Bucks branch hosts an annual tour of native gardens that foster ways to begin gardening for wildlife.
Are you interested in gardening with native plants, community service, garden tours, environmental concerns, history and the nature around us? If your answer is YES, then please contact one of the presidents of a Branch and inquire how you might join and learn more about that Branch and WNF&GA.

Our Branches support the following National and international projects:

  • Conservation Association employment at the National Parks Service
  • Internships at the United States National Arboretum.
  • Scholarships to University programs inline with our mission.
  • Donations to the Climate Smart Agriculture projects of the Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW).

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