A special conservation exhibit will focus on environmental issues in Western watersheds. The public is also welcome to shop at the event's Boutique by the Bay.
The GCA is a nonprofit organization consisting of 200 affiliate clubs. Annual meetings are held in different cities every year, and this year clubs in California, Washington, Oregon, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Hawaii are hosting the event.
Event co-chair Sandy Scott is a member of Woodside-Atherton Garden Club. She says that after spending five years in the planning stages, "We are thrilled to welcome 1,100 members of The Garden Club of America from across the country, and to acquaint them with our splendid spring gardens and impressive natural wonders."
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