The Summit County Garden Club has one fundraiser only, the “Garden Tour”, held in July each year. It is a wonderful event which provides residents and visitors with an opportunity to see what hard working and patient gardeners can create in our harsh mountain environment. The funds raised are fed back to worthy projects and recipients within our community. They include:







Thank You Note from Sarah   (click on link to read)



Our 2017 Interns:



Eleanor Brown-Wolf, Summit County Garden Club Intern at H3C, attends the University of Colorado as an environmental studies major.  As a native

of Summit County Ms Brown-Wolf will be working for the town of Frisco as a seasonal flower attendant as well as interning for HC3.  She will be

assigned to Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) hoping to help people become more aware of the environmental issues and sustainable living.


Tyler Shaw is working on an Associate of Arts degree at Colorado Mountain College and plans to attend a universit following completion of the AA.

Tyler is very interested in sustainability and has helped the Tiger Run community by planting saplings and willows in an effort to restore plants lost to

development and habitat for local animals.  He looks forward to working with the CSA program and educating people about sustainable living.






















We try to educate our members and the community about gardening in Summit County and provide a social setting for informational exchanges to share the beauty of gardening with others.

There's lots going on in our Club and room for many to be involved. It's surprising how much we accomplish in our short Summit summer