Woman's National Farm & Garden Assoc.
We were ahead of the curve in 1914 and we are still
pushing the envelope!
The Michigan Division consists of 29 local branches of the Woman's National Farm & Garden Association, Inc. It is part of a two-tiered umbrella organization designed to stimulate an active interest in our natural resources; further educational, agricultural and horticultural interests; and to promote the purposes of the Woman's National Farm & Garden Association, Inc.
The Michigan Division offers an identity to branches and helps them build their power exponentially, by giving them one voice. It provides them a base to carry out activities which they could not accomplish alone; made possible by an economy of scale, a broader pool of experts and experience, and a sense of community and support that derives utility from multilateral and shared activities.
The sense of community is demonstrated by our vision to establish endowments at UM Mathaei Botanical Gardens and the 4H Foundation; and our base of scholarships to encourage and provide opportunity for study in the areas of horticulture, agriculture, and the environment. Last year, the Michigan Division donated more than $110,000 in scholarships and distributions to existing funds.
We enjoy personal enrichment through gardening, growth and use of herbs, flower arranging, crafts and increasing knowledge of the natural world in which we live.
We show involvement in our communities through beautification projects, and conservation and ecology programs.
We develop friendships with those who share our enthusiasm to enrich our communities.
We offer scholarships to qualifying students interested in agriculture and natural resources.
Look beyond your four walls or city limits and expand your horizons by belonging to an organization with a compelling mission and membership.