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Horticulture and Environmental Studies

St. Croix District of the Garden Club Federation of Maine 
NELL GOFF MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP, $1,000.
Application deadline March 1.

Bar Harbor Garden Club Scholarship
INGE C.B. WEBER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP,  $500.
Application deadline May 1.

Bar Harbor Garden Club Scholarship
THE PETER H. DOLLIVER LEGACY SCHOLARSHIP, $500.
Application deadline May 1.

The Bar Harbor Garden Club and the St. Croix District of the Garden Club Federation of Maine are proud to offer these educational scholarships in support of various horticulture and environmental related studies.  Read more…

Peter H. Dolliver Legacy Scholarship Winner


We are pleased to announce this year’s recipient of the Peter H. Dolliver Legacy Scholarship in partnership with the Bar Harbor Garden Club of $750.  Madison Jones is a 2020 graduate of MDI High School and a Lamoine resident.  Read more …

Apple Tree Project —Youth Activities


The Bar Harbor Garden Club continued its donation of apple trees to schools in the Mount Desert Island community and the outer island schools. Although the schools were not in session in late spring due to the coronavirus, the Youth Activities committee arranged for the delivery of the trees.  Read more…

Youth Award Winners


The Bar Harbor Garden Club, a member of the Garden Club Federation of Maine, has announced the 2019-2020 State of Maine, Regional and National Youth Award winners. Read more…

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS!
The Deadline for all BHGC 2020-2021 Youth Contests is Friday, January 8, 2021 See contest INFO…

1:30 PM, Thursday, March 11, 2021
— Please Join us for a virtual ‘Zoom’ presentation —


The Bar Harbor Garden Club’s March program ‘How to Love Your Enemy: The Upside of Weeds’ will be held on Thursday, March 11th at 1:30 p.m. Our presenter will be Terry Anya Hayes.

Photograph courtesy of Terry Anya Hayes.

A plant lover from the ground up, writer, mushroom expert and herb whisperer Terry Anya Hayes grew up eating what the earth freely offers. For decades now, on walks and in foraging weekends at venues throughout the Northeast, she has taught others how to do the same — to recognize, appreciate, and accept the gifts of those extraordinary plants that plant themselves.

This March garden club program, originally to be held at Birch Bay Village, will now be held via Zoom and is open to the public. With a limit of 100 participants, you must reserve a spot by sending an email to president@barharborgardenclub.org by March 8th.


For help in troubleshooting any Zoom problems contact president@barharborgardenclub.org or publicity@barharborgardenclub.org.

Click on a photograph below to read about a Bar Harbor Garden Club project.