members of the St. Louis Water Gardening Society (SLWGS) invite
you to join our active organization. The Society was established
in July 1990 as a non-profit organization to provide a fun and relaxed
way for local water gardeners and koi-keepers to regularly exchange
information about our shared hobby. Water gardening is a relaxing
but challenging hobby involving an ecosystem with plants, fish and
water. Whether you have a large or small water garden, this hobby
can bring beauty, satisfaction and enjoyment into your life.
of being a SLWGS member:
meetings, usually held on a Tuesday at the Missouri
Botanical Garden. Programs cover a range of topics for all
levels of experience.
tickets to Pond-O-Rama, our annual
public pond tour, for all members who have paid their dues before
experience planting and maintaining the lily ponds at the Jewel
Box, our civic project.
website, listing the latest newsletter, meeting schedule, directions,
links, photos and event information.
Email Group, to receive late-breaking society information,
reminders of meetings, occasional offers of free plants and/or
fish, and a forum to ask questions and share knowledge with other
email group members.
Events, such as field trips and member water garden tours.
to take Koi Health Advisor classes from AKCA
(Associated Koi Clubs of America).
Library checkout privileges.
free to bring other family members or friends to the meetings. Programs
are open to the public without charge.