Live in Big Sky Country? Love gardens, flowers and beautiful landscapes? Do you want to share your knowledge or learn more? The Montana Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc., founded in 1937, is a non-profit educational organization with members statewide. There are many individual Montana garden clubs across the State, and in 2012, we celebrated the Federation's 75th anniversary. We are an affiliate of the largest volunteer gardening organization in the world, National Garden Clubs, Inc., and are one of eight states in the Rocky Mountain Region.

Use this site to discover Montana gardening information and time-tested methods shared at club meetings and in our gardening know-how section. Find out about college scholarships, schools to learn landscaping and floral design, and cooperative efforts with national groups such as the U. S. Forest Service on the projects and schools page. View the garden club pages to see the many professional speakers presenting information at monthly meetings at each club around the state. Read about the community improvement projects our active members perform.

Membership is open throughout the year. If you love growing, we'd love to meet you. Plan to drop in and experience the difference with Montana Federation of Garden Clubs. To learn more, click here for information about our energetic community volunteers and start learning today!

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of the planet earth and promise to promote education so we
may become caretakers of our air, water, forest, land and wildlife.


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Our Mission Statement: The Montana Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. provides education, resources and networking opportunities for its members and Montana youth, to promote the love of gardening, floral design, civic and environmental responsibility.

As a non-profit educational organization, we gratefully accept tax-deductible donations. Contributions are used for special guest speakers at membership meetings, costs associated with producing educational materials for our members and the public, as well as for college scholarships. We need your ongoing support and help to expand our efforts. Please consider making a contribution as part of your income and estate tax planning. Should your gift be in the form of a bequest, it will reduce your taxable estate on death. You should consult your tax advisor regarding applicable tax laws, their relation to your own tax situation and any tax benefits you might receive. Please contact Glenna Waltee, MFGC Treasurer, for further information.


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