Ailey Young House
WFGC members, working with the Historic Preservation Commission will clean up grounds, provide and install plants that were known to be planted during the evolution of the grounds.
Forest Day - formerlyDirt Day
The first Saturday in April our goal is to educate, through demonstration of various practices such as mulching and pruning, how to make "good dirt". Included are 600 seed packets and directions for gardening practices.
Winter Festival December 4
We are invited to participate by the Historic Preservation Commission and the Wake Forest Women's Club selling wreaths in during the Winter Festival.
Miller Park at Elm Street WF
Club members will partner with the Town of Wake Forest to rehabilitate the park off of Elm Street. This ongoing project includes planting azaleas, bulbs and other native plants, and helping to maintain plantings.
Tri-Area Ministries Food Pantry
This yearly project involves preparing and delivering 20 milk-crate patio gardens for clients to plant and grow.
Station WCPE Grounds
Weeds and invasive plants to be cleaned out. The gardens will be replanted with native plants and require less care. Volunteers and employees will maintain the gardens.
Possible New Project
Creation of a Memorial Garden to honor all those who have passed away due to Covid-19, and past club members. Location TBD.