Jos Van Hage is the 2014 Recipient of the Alice Wolczuk Memorial Award.
The Alice Wolczuk Memorial Award is given to recognize gardeners who have made a significant contribution in the field of horticulture in Prince George. It is given to individuals whose efforts have be involved in educating gardeners or have had a significant impact on the horticultural knowledge for gardeners in the area.
We felt Jos fell into this group due to his long standing commitment to running a horticultural outlet where members of the community can seek his advice (which he freely gives). He has also had a radio program and a regular article in the Citizen which have provided information and advice to the community at large.
Josh was given this award at the DDBGS Volunteer Appreciation BBQ August 24th.
2014 Plant Sale was a great sucess!
Offical Notice of Annual General Meeting
David Douglas Botanical Garden Society invites you to attend its
Meeting of General Membership:
Tuesday April 22nd. 2014 at UNBC Room 7-212
6:00 - 7:00pm. Membership Renewal and Registration
7:00 - 9:00pm. Meeting of General Membership
Check out some of our specialty plants for our Plant Sale and enter a draw to win one.
2013 Plant Sale was a great sucess!
Thank You from the David Douglas Botanical Garden Society to all the volunteers and those who supported our Plant Sale this year.
David Douglas Botanical Garden Society accepting Enhance PG Community Enhancement Grant for a Hedgerow.
Planting Roses donated by Canadian Tire.
September 15, 2012. Thank you to Canadian Tire and all the volunteers who came to help.
Ribbon Cutting Event for the Novak Family Foundation Water Feature Garden.
September 8, 2012. Honouring The Novak Family Foundation, Kazuko Komatsu / Pacific Western Brewery Rockscape, and Scouten Engineering.
Alice Wolczuk Memorial Award.
September 8, 2012. The 2012 recipient was Grace Morrice.
Plant Sale 2012 was a great sucess!
May 13, 2012. Thank you to all the volunteers and those who supported the sale this year.
Celebrating a Milestone
In this photograph below, Sheila Malbeuf, Clarence Wigmore and Ike Barber during then naming of the bridge in the Educational Display Garden May 28, 2011.