Coastal Gardeners Projects

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Healthy Foods for Healthy Kids (HFHK)

       Coastal Gardeners partnered with HFHK to put a vegetable garden at Phillip Showell Elementary School in Selbyville to                 provide the students with a gardening experience and the opportunity to eat garden-fresh vegetables they've grown.                     Coastal Gardeners are recognized in Coastal Point.

 

Adopt a Highway

DelDOT’s Adopt-A-Highway (AAH) Program is a partnership between the Department of Transportation and volunteers, working together to beautify our community, two miles at a time. More than just a cleanup campaign, this innovative program works to educate citizens of all ages about the responsibilities of land stewardship-the care and repair of our environment. Ultimately, the AAH Program is about people caring enough to make a difference.

Garden Therapy

Ongoing collaboration with the Roxanna CHEER Center. The CHEER Center offers a full range of services for mature adults such as healthy mid-day meals, transportation and a variety of activities to maintain a healthy lifestyle.  Coastal Gardeners designed and donated flower arrangements to beautify the social area for sponsored events, worked with Seniors during the Spring Seed Planting Event and donated hundreds of gift bags for Annual Operation Christmas Cheer.

Garden Design, Planting and Maintenance

Coastal Gardeners designed, planted and maintained the landscapes in front of Dagsboro Town Hall with support from community partner Inland Bays Garden Center.

Coastal Gardeners designed, planted and maintained an area on Tower Road in Delaware Seashore State Park with a $300 grant provided by Delaware State Parks.

Coastal Gardeners designed, planted and maintained planters at Beebe Healthcare's new Emergency Department and Cancer Center.

TREE-Mendous Delaware Tree Planting Sponsors

Coastal Gardeners support this Delaware Federation of Garden Clubs project and the Delaware Botanic Gardens at Pepper Creek through donations collected at each club meeting. Learn more.

Conservation of Natural Resources 

Coastal Gardeners was recognized for their volunteer work planting native species at Delaware Center for the Inland Bays at Bubble Beach.  Coastal Gardeners participate in the Annual Beach Grass Planting at Delaware Seashore State Park.   

Beach and Bay Cottage Tour

Coastal Gardeners volunteered as docents for this fund raising activity to benefit our host site, South Coastal Library in Ocean View, DE.

Grow Locally

This is the 2021-2023 DFGC President's Project.  DFGC is offering up to $100 in grants to Delaware Garden Clubs in support of projects which help clubs grow in their community.  Learn more.