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Arizona Columbine Garden Club


Since 1993 a total of $392,939 has been donated to the community through grants from Arizona Columbine Club.

Grant Recipients:

2023  Arizona Humane Society Adoptable Dogs Sensory Garden

2022 Frank Borman Elementary School 75 Trees for 75 Years of Columbine 

2022 • Tovrea Carraro Society 

2019 • North Mountain Save Our Mountains Foundation 

2019 • Nina Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center 

2018  Desert Botanical Garden for The Bay 3 Rare Plant Collection

2014 • Navajo Elementary School Garden 

2014 • Save The Redwoods League (GCA) project 

2009 • Rio Salado Audubon Society 

2007 • Arcadia Neighborhood Learning Center 

2007 • Desert Botanical Garden water feature 

2006 • GCA Zone IX Horticulture Restoration Fund 

2006 • Rio Salado Audubon Society 

2006 • Pueblo Grande Museum 

2006 • The Nature Conservancy 

2006 • Southwest Autism and Research Center 

2004/2008 • Heard Museum 

2001 • Heard Museum 

2000 • Projects in Public Interest Green Line

1999 • Desert Botanical Garden Grand Canyon Project 

1999 • Arizona Historical Society

1999 • Desert Botanical Garden

1997/1998  Desert Botanical Garden to endow rare plant collection 

1997/1998 • Arizona Historical Society 

1997 • Desert Botanical Garden outreach puppet show 

1993 • Arizona Historical Society for The Papago Green Line

Dedication of the Desert Botanical Garden Bay 3 Rare Plants Collection October 2019

Bay 3 Rare Plant Collection

A grant from Arizona Columbine paid for the refurbishment of the interactive butterfly sculpture at Nina Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center 2019

Dedication of the pollinator garden at the Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center 2010

Arizona Columbine Garden Club

Founded in 1946. Member of Garden Club of America since 1989.

The purpose of the Arizona Columbine Garden Club is to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening, aid in the protection of native trees, plants and shrubs, and restore, improve and protect the quality of the environment through programs and action in the fields of conservation, civic improvement and education.

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