The club maintains garden sites at public and non-profit locations in Asheville to beautify the grounds and enhance the image of the community.
Asheville Community Theater, 35 East Walnut Street, Asheville,NC.
The horticultural plantings are supplied by the club. Maintenance of the site is under the direction of : Walt Leginski and Chuck Rosenblum
Reuter Center on UNCA campus
Besides the landscaping the lower level of the Reuter Center, the club has expanded to the entrance beds using native plants selected by UNCA horticultural staff members. MGC-A provides the labor. Recently MGC-1 installed a stone walkway on the lower level. Maintenance of that portion of the site is under the direction of :
And Leo Bjorlie (picture in process)
At Beaver Lake in North Asheville, members of the Club have landscaped and continue to maintain beautification sites near the spillway on the northeast side of the lake and near the location of the warden’s station. Maintenance is under the direction of :
The Club will be providing plant materials and labor to beautify the area near the club house at the entrance to the City soccer fields on Azalea Road in Asheville. The Club will be providing continuing maintenance of the planted area under the direction of :
Smith-McDowell House Museum
The club planned a joint enterprise with A.B.Tech and Western Carolina Historical Association to restore the grounds surrounding Smith-McDowell House Museum on the A.B.Tech campus to the intent of the original concept design created by Frederick Olmstead. Olmstead was the designer for the Vanderbilt Estate in Asheville. The first two phases have now been completed including the removal of dead trees, shrubs and plants not part of the original design.
Plantings as described in the drawings of 1900 were accomplished in 2014. This year the project will be completed in the spring. A dedication ceremony was held August, 20, 2015. The project is under the direction of Bob Thatcher email@example.com