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A branch of the Woman's National Farm and Garden Association
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May TGC Meeting
Rebecca Tonietto holds a PhD in Plant Biology and Conservation, and is currently an assistant Professor of Biology at the University of Michigan in Flint. Her presentation is entitled, “Bees of the Detroit Region: Attracting and Recognizing Native Pollinators.” Learn about the surprising natural history of bees, how to recognize common species, and how easy it is to provide habitat for native bees in our gardens. Join us at noon for a light lunch, with the presentation beginning at 1 p.m.
Leadership Troy's 2017 Distinguished Citizen
Congratulations to TGC member Karol Carter, voted Leadership Troy's 2017 Distinguished Citizen! Karol has held many roles at the Troy Garden Club, including President, Advisor, and Garden Walk Chairperson. Karol is also a very active volunteer in many other Troy organizations. For more information on Karol and this award, please click on this link to the Leadership Troy website.
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The Troy Garden Club (Troy, MI) offers partial tuition scholarships to those who (1) are interested in horticulture, (2) are pursuing horticultural education, and (3) are planning to work in the horticultural field after completing an educational program. Those eligible to apply must graduate from high school no later than the year in which they apply. Preference is given (1) to residents of Oakland and Macomb Counties and (2) to college or university upperclassmen.
Watch for the Troy Garden Club's 2018 scholarship application on this website by August 1, 2018. Submission deadline: October 1, 2018.