The Ramona Garden Club is proud to support the following
projects among the many ways we give back to the community.
If you are interested in any of these or have ideas for new projects please contact us.
1st Friday & 3rd Wednesday
Our members maintain the Herb garden at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. We have planted native plants along with herbs for culinary and medical uses with the focus of inviting birds, bees and butterflies to this wonderful garden. We keep it looking beautiful for the park visitors to enjoy. Come join us and enjoy the sound of all the animals in the park while you work.
Chairperson: Debbie Gomez
1st & 3rd Mondays
In 2006, members started a community project to educate and inspire members and the public through plant collections which beautify Collier Park. We continue to plant and maintain a garden with natives and waterwise plants and trees. We installed a Blue Star Memorial to honor all service personnel. There is a Children's Garden to enjoy. All RGC members are welcome to join the Collier Crew on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month from 9:00 am - noon.
Chairperson: Teri Schmidt
Ongoing at monthly meetings
Tree Reforestation - Our club has committed to an annual purchase of 4 plantations ($272) to support the Cleveland National Forest reforestation program. Please make a donation to this worthy cause at each of our monthly meetings.
Chairperson: Diane McKee
High School Student Scholarships - April
Each year we offer scholarships to local high school students toward any horticulture related majors. These scholarships are funded by our garden tours and seasonal plant sales. Chairpersons:Georgie Suitor and Bernadette Faust
Weekly: Sign Up
Our club provides flowers to brighten the
Ramona Community Library on a weekly
basis. The library and community
appreciate having fresh flowers from our
club members. All RGC members are
welcome to help with this activity
The Ramona Garden Club is now accepting grant applications from both non-profit and educational organizations located in and near Ramona.
Objectives of those seeking grant funds should be to encourage further interest in horticulture and agriculture. Each application will be decided on it's own merit.
There are no deadlines.
Send your application to:
Ramona Garden Club
P.O. Box 1412, Ramona, CA 92065.