Funded by Rochester Garden Club: 1916-2014

1916 Poet’s Garden at Highland Park

1939 Crabapple trees along Wilson Boulevard at the University of Rochester

1942 Initiated funding for extermination of Japanese Beetles in Rochester

1943 Plantings at Sampson Naval Base, Geneva, New York

1946 Helped purchase 200 acres to preserve the Bergen Swamp (1947 – received GCA             Founders Fund Award for helping to preserve the Bergen Swamp)

1956 Montgomery Center and Third Ward Project

1958 Helped fund library addition at the Garden Center

1959 Funds to initiate landscaping at Campbell-Whittlesey House

1964 Plantings around Liberty Pole in downtown Rochester

1965 Planting of a double row of Linden Trees at Memorial Art Gallery

1968-74 Landscaping at the American Red Cross

1971-75 Landscape plan and plantings at Brewster-Burke House

1976-80 Trail signs and entrance landscaping at Cumming Nature Center (1979 –                               Finalist for GCA Founders Fund Award for work at Cumming Nature Center)

1981-84 Provided one half of the funds to restore the West Garden at the George                                 Eastman House (1984 –Formal dedication to Virginia Judson)

1986-87 Plant material for indoor Sculpture Garden at Memorial Art Gallery

1986-92 Lamberton Conservatory Courtyard Gardens plan and plantings

1990-93 Plant material to landscape grounds at renovated Hoyt Potter House

1991-2014 Habitat for Humanity – Tree Plantings (114 trees through 2014) and Holiday                            Workshop

1992-93 Master landscape plan for Hillside Children’s Center campus and planting for                          new  Highland Avenue entrance

1992-93 Helped fund Reforest Rochester and Reforest Monroe County Parks

1994 Partial funding of restoration of Japanese Garden at Sonnenberg Gardens,                             Canandaigua, NY

1995-96 Design and plantings at Eastman Dental Center

1996-97 Butterfly Gardens and initial stage of the Wetlands Boardwalk System at the Girl                      Scouts Program Center

1997 Plantings for South Avenue Garden at new Bausch & Lomb Library

1998 G.C.A. Project 2000: Butterfly House, Washington, D.C.

1998 Susan B. Anthony Visitor/Education Center Gardens

1999-2001 Restoration of Susan B. Anthony Gardens
(1999 Finalist for GCA Founders Fund Award)

2000-03 Rochester Civic Garden Center Library

2001-03 Genesee Country Museum Children’s Garden

2002 Family Service of Rochester Stand-Up Gardens

2002 George Eastman House – educational component for “Genius for Place:                                  Landscapes of the Country Place Era”

2003-05 Alzheimer’s Association Memory Gardens “Circle of Hope” Garden

2005 St. Joseph’s Villa – greenhouse enhancement and Meditation Garden Pond

2005 Project accepted by GCA Partners for Plants – Oak Opening

2006 Rochester Garden Collaborative Brochure

2006 Partners for Plants Rush Oak Opening fencing

2007-08 Strong National Museum of Play Discovery Garden and Gate

2008 Eco-Center Garden at the Seneca Park Zoo

2009 Rochester Civic Garden Center restoration of the Courtyard Garden

2009 Ronald McDonald House renovation of the Front Garden

2009 St. Joseph’s Villa – Irrigation system for Greenhouse and Horticultural Program use

2010 Funded Master Gardener’s Lecture Series, Rochester Civic Garden Center

2011 Funded modernization of Rochester Civic Garden Center Library

2011 Funded seating walls and extensive landscaping of Conkey Corner Park, partnering                 with Genesee Land Trust

2012-13 Funded spring-flowering trees and shrubs for the El Camino Trail Project, in                        collaboration with Genesee Land Trust

2014 Renovation of the Poet’s Garden at Highland Park

2015 Pansy Bed Renewal, RGC’s Centennial Gift to the Rochester Community

2015 Sponsor of the George Eastman Museum Exhibition: In the Garden

2016 Greentopia: FlourGarden at the GardenAerial Project along the Historic Brown’s                       Race

2017 George Eastman Museum Terrace Garden boxwood restoration
Green Visions garden shed
Genesee Land Trust for planting trees at Conkey Park
Nature Conservancy Rob’s Trail educational signage

2018 George Eastman Museum refurbishment of garden areas
Equicenter Greenhouse
Veteran’s Outreach center for landscaping at women’s shelter
RIT Institute for Sustainability -funding research fellows and others
Blocks in Bloom

2019 Blocks in Bloom
Equicenter for development of pollinator gardens
George Eastman Museum to rehab the library garden
Green Visions for youth scholarships
Hillside Greenhouse Project
Norman Howard School for their gardening program for students
St. Mark and St. John’s Churches for their neighborhood vegetable garden programs                   in connection with Foodlink

Genesee Valley Country Museum, scholarships for summer camp

Green Visions Workforce Development Program– two scholarships
Monroe County Parks Weed Wrangle/Olmsted 200 Project
Rochester Landscape Technicians Project– two scholarships
Seneca Park Zoo Society Urban Ecology Workforce Development Program
Center for Youth/Earth Works Project

Corn Hill Neighborhood Association, Butterfly Way Station
Cornell Cooperative Extension, Pollinator Garden, Master Gardener Training, Landscape      Technician Scholarship
EquiCenter Garden
Genesee Land Trust Ambassadors Program
George Eastman House Museum Garden

Special project approved by the Club to fund the Highland Park Conservancy Project for the Children’s Pavilion.