Since 1945, our members have shared information about successfully raising vegetables and ornamentals without using harsh fertilizers and toxic pesticides that that harm the soil and disturb the ecological balance.
Monthly meetings are held the second Monday of each month (except December) at the Zilker Botanical Gardens at 6:30 P.M. We have great speakers each month. Visitors are welcome but if you do consider joining, please visit our Membership Page.The club's philosophy is that human and animal health depends on the health of the soil that produces their food. Healthy soil, which is rich in organic matter, abounds with organisms that convert minerals in the soil into forms plants can use. The well-nourished plants growing in these soils are better able to defend themselves against attacks from insects, diseases, and other pests.
Join us for our July 13th meeting with Trisha Sutton from Urban American Farmer sharing her personal story.
Help us maintain the Zilker demonstration vegetable garden and learn the principles of organics on selected Wednesday mornings. Visit our calendar for details.
See Tim Miller's updated planting guide for spring 2020.
Learn how you can help motivate stores to stop selling plants pre-treated with neonicotinoids (neonics) shown to be harmful for bees and other pollinators at MoveOn.org
Read the letter of congratulations from the Executive Director of the Rodale Institite on AOG's 70 years of service, a proclamation from the City of Austin declaring August 11, 2015 as Austin Organic Gardeners Club Day, and a brief history of the club from the daughter of one of the founders.
See us with Tom Spenser on Central Texas Gardener - you can watch the interview with Forrest or the whole show. You can also scroll through CTG blog photos to see AOG gardens and gardeners.