Since 2000 the Hudson Garden Club has offered grants to fund worthwhile projects or programs that fulfill the mission of the Club. Hudson Garden Club is dedicated to spreading the knowledge and love of gardening, the beautification of public property and the support of education in horticultural and related fields.

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Please complete each item on the grant application form.  The completed application form must be postmarked or emailed by November 1.  We will not accept any application received after the deadline. Missing information may prevent your application from being considered.

Grants rarely exceed $2,500. Applicants may reapply annually. Grant monies will be distributed during the last week of December of the year the application is submitted.

Applications may be submitted by email to or by regular mail to the address on the application form. For questions, please contact Janice Lindstrom at 330-697-3487 or

The 2016 Grant recipients include:

Hudson Middle School - $2,700 to create a school garden, which will help students understand the complexities of gardening, be excited about gardening, and take an active role in producing food at the school.

Hudson Montessori School - $1,750 to rebuild a greenhouse and use it for micro-economy, scientific learning opportunities and culinary discovery.

Hudson Library and Historical Society - $1,000 to fund speaker Amy Stewart, whose program will educate the community about horticulture and its intersection with history, medicine and science.

City of Hudson - $1,000 toward maintenance of flower plantings along Park Lane and Clinton Street in downtown Hudson.

Cleveland Botanical Garden - $1,000 to support Green Corp. Urban Gardening Program within Cleveland distressed neighborhoods.

Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park - $1,000 to provide scholarships for students from local lower-income families to attend All the Rivers Run, an immersive outdoor learning program for 4th – 8th graders

Sunday Afternoon Gardeners - $700 to restore historic gardens at the Jonathan Goldsmith House at Hale Farm.

Trapp Family Farm - $600 to fund solar powered fences to protect garden areas and educate farm visitors on the value of renewable energy.

Carolyn Bouquont - $250 to maintain island at the intersection of Terex and Barlow Road.