Together we can help make Glastonbury a more beautiful, greener place to live.

Glastonbury Partners in Planting, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to beautification and education through volunteer projects.

gpip10_smallSince 2004, GPIP volunteers have been busy creating new gardens at the Route 17 Medians, Buckingham Park, Center Village, Village Green, Welles-Turner Library, South Glastonbury Library and Salmon Brook Bridge on Main St. as well as planting annuals in more than 80 large pots throughout town every spring.

GPIP also maintains a tree nursery to provide the Town with street trees and continues to restore the graceful American Elm to Glastonbury’s streetscapes.

Our Active Projects include:

  • American Elm Restoration
  • Battling Bittersweet and Other Invasive Plants
  • Buckingham Park Garden
  • Educational Programs
  • Historical Society/Local Partnerships
  • Rt. 17 Medians
  • Salmon Brook Bridge Garden
  • South Glastonbury ~ Main Street
  • Town Center Planters
  • Town Partnerships/Town Tree Nursery
  • Village Green (formerly Knox Lane)
  • Welles-Turner Memorial Library

We welcome new Members as well as need Volunteers! Please use the online Volunteer form if you would like to help, even if it’s only for a few hours a year. To Join as a new Member or Renew your Membership, please complete the Join Form. Questions? Email information@gpip.org

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