Gaye Stewart
2017-2019 President
The Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.
“Plant a Seed, Reap a Harvest”
Oregonians live in a state filled with natural beauty that includes miles of coastal shores,deserts, mountains, rich valleys, rolling wheat fields, tall trees and magnificent rivers. As an organization, we are pledged to protect this beauty and conserve it for the present as well as for the future.
Our theme “Plant a Seed, Reap a Harvest” should evoke an image of actual planting to create beauty in our personal garden sanctuaries and in community places to delight the public, but it also is intended to encourage the planting of ideas for leadership, mentoring of new Club members and chairmen, building membership and enhancing communication within our state and beyond.
Unity, as well as diversity, have always been keys in the development of Oregon and we pledge to continue to play an important role in its magnificent unfolding for the 21 st Century.
Our special project for 2017-2019 will be to “Plant Pollinator Gardens in Public Places.” You may select the places and the specific flowers you wish to plant and we, and the pollinators, will thank you for your efforts.

State Animal American Beaver

State Butterfly Swallowtail 

State Bird Meadowlark 

State Fish Chinook Salmon 

State Flower Oregon Grape (Mahonia aquifolium) 

State Fruit Pear 

State Gemstone Sunstone 

State Nut Hazelnut (Filbert) 

State Rock Thunderegg 

State Tree Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii)


Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.
Organized June 1, 1927  
Mrs. W. E. Anderson, Founding President

Member of:
National Garden Clubs, Inc.

Members                     2703
Garden Clubs                 87      
Districts                           14
Judges Councils               3
Affiliates                            7