The Garden Conservancy Northwest Network (GCNN) is a member-supported, nonprofit association of Pacific Northwest gardens and horticultural organizations dedicated to preserving historic green spaces, opening beautiful gardens for public enjoyment, and educating people about horticulture.
The latest GCNN workshop was held on Saturday, November 17, 2018, at Lakewold Garden in Lakewood, WA, and the topic was garden documentation.
The GCNN and Historic Seattle also cosponsored a program on Saturday, April 21, 2018, on "The Value of Public Gardens in the Northwest." This workshop was held at the Good Shepherd Center in Seattle.
The spring GCNN workshop and annual meeting was held on Saturday, February 24, 2018, at Dunn Gardens in Seattle, WA. The workshop topic was building a strong board of directors and the featured speaker was Virginia D. Lang.
For more details on upcoming as well as recent workshops, please visit the GCNN workshops page on the GCNN website, northwestgardens.org. The website also includes a calendar of other events at Pacific Northwest gardens and more information about the GCNN.