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APGA Session 2017
If you would like to host an event, we will find a format to match your venue.

We are always planning our next Women in Horticulture Event. Hosts can work with our team to create an event that reflects the values and interests of your organization and supports women in horticulture. Event formats include: garden tours, professional skill workshops, lectures, industry networking, volunteering, and casual "happy hours". Below are some examples of past events. 

If interested in hosting an event, we welcome the opportunity to work with you and appreciate your interest.

Contact our Program Director, Kate Galer, at to start the conversation!


Thank you for contacting! We look forward to brainstorming with you about a possible event!

Kendal Crosslands Arboretum, Networking Event

Our first formal networking event was hosted by Kendal Crosslands Arboretum. Attendees were treated by generous hosts Eve and Ellen to light fair, wonderful conversation, and a tour of the unique grounds at the Arboretum. Connections were made, and many of these attendees have frequented other Women in Horticulture events!

Find out more information about Kendal Crosslands Arboretum and mission here:

Arboretum of the Barnes Foundation, 
Summer Picnic &

The Arboretum of the Barnes Foundation has hosted two events for Women in Horticulture. The most recent summer picnic, started with a tour of the Arboretum and followed with a picnic lunch with colleagues under the shaded canopy.


The Arboretum also hosted a round table discussion that allowed women in horticulture to share their thoughts on issues pertaining to women in our industry. This round table featured a variety of area voices.

American Public Gardens Association, 
Conference Session

The American Public Gardens Association accepted our proposal to run a Women in Horticulture Session at the national conference in 2017. We highlighted a historic woman in horticulture, Lady Dalhousie, showcased our event model, and led group discussion to exchange thoughts from women in our industry at the national level.

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