Our Mission Statement: To provide a non-profit, educational, scientific association of members; To foster and promote continuous development and maintenance of the Fort Worth Botanic Garden; To encourage civic plantings and beautification and create public interest in the conservation of natural resources.
The Fort Worth Botanical Society is a non-profit within the Botanic Garden. The Botanical Society operates, oversees, and funds gardens and programs.
Founded in 1926, Fort Worth Garden Club’s mission is to cultivate a broader knowledge of gardening, horticulture, and design, to advocate for the protection of the environment, and to support the Fort Worth Botanic Garden.
The Fort Worth Garden Club, a non-profit corporation, has a membership of more than 500 who provide volunteer service and significant funds for maintenance and capital improvements to the Fort Worth Botanic Garden including the recent restoration of the historic municipal Rose Garden and Colonnade.
We respectfully acknowledge that the Fort Worth Botanic Garden is located on traditional lands of Indigenous Peoples. We honor the ancestry, heritage, and gifts of all Indigenous Peoples who were sustained by these lands and give thanks to them. We are grateful that these lands continue to provide enrichment for many people today. [More…]