Love the natural world and want to protect it locally and nationally? Jump into our group!

We actively support conservation efforts and work to learn about the environment, share this knowledge through projects and experiences with our members and our community. 

Take part in workshops and enjoy engaging speakers on Biophilic cities, stream-bank restoration, protection of pollinators, and waste reduction.

Turning education into action on “weed wrangling” habitat restoration, trail development, pollinator friendly planting and recycling.

We team with and support local conservation organizations Fern Hollow Nature Center, Pittsburgh Botanic Garden, Allegheny Land Trust, Wild Bird Recovery and Little Sewickley Creek Watershed Association to preserve native habitats and further education.

Spotted Lanternfly

You can help stop this destruction. The spotted lanternfly is an invasive insect that damages maple trees, black walnut, birch, willow and other trees by feeding on their sap. The insect is currently found in many Pennslyvania counties. Report a sighting.

Weed Wrangle in Sewickley, Pennsylvania
Stream bank restoration ensures healthy water for generations.

We’re home to Sewickley, Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania but we treasure the chance to engage nationally. As members of the national Garden Club of America we enjoy programs and activities including educational workshops and conferences, legislative action, and national projects. See GCA’s National Affairs & Legislation

Village Garden Club has joined a nation wide celebration of Frederick Law Olmsted’s work and legacy through our “Parks for People” yearlong celebration.

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