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Plum Beach Garden Club

is a group of

gardeners dedicated

to community




and education.

The sale of custom engraved bricks in the walk of Old Library Park has been a major source of fund raising for PBGC since 1997.  We hope you will buy one or more to honor family, friends, pets, special events, etc. -- which will support our work in the community.  Thank you.







The Pollinator Rescue Project


     The Pollinator Rescue Project of Rhode Island is a collaboration of organizations dedicated to protecting and encouraging the proliferation pollinator species that are endangered. 

     Through education and demonstration, they show how

the simple principles and methods of establishing a

pollinator friendly garden can be accomplished on any scale. 

     Members of the collaboration include Plum Beach

Garden Club, North Kingstown Water Dept.,

N.K. Groundwater Committee, Casey Farm/Historic New England, Rhode Island Wild Plant Society and Blue Moon Farm Perennials. 

     So far, three pollinator habitats have been established— the North Kingstown Senior Center, the Slocum Water Tank, and Casey Farm. 

more projects ...

Save the Date • Program-Luncheon-Raffle • Dunes Club • Hosted by PBGC • 6 June 2019 • more info soon

You can contact the Pollinator Rescue Project at...

Hands-On Education
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As part of its Youth Education mission, members of PBGC visited second graders at the Suzanne M. Henseler Quidnessett Elementary School to explain the iimportance of monarch butterflies as pollinators.


Together they planted a milkweed garden.  The underside of certain milkweed leaves is the only place monarchs lay their eggs. Which is why milkweed is essential to the existence of monarch butterflies.  


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