Other Environmental Groups in Town

  • Caudatowa Garden Club. The objective of the Caudatowa Garden Club of Ridgefield is to promote an interest in and a knowledge of gardening and horticulture, to develop an understanding of and a proficiency in floral arranging, to beautify and improve the home and the village of Ridgefield, to develop an appreciation of and a concern for our natural resources and to promote the building of friendships through common interests.
  • The Discovery Center at Ridgefield is a non-profit organization whose goal is to foster a love of nature, and interest in science, and an appreciation of history and the cultural arts in all persons, particularly the young.
  • The Ridgefield Garden Club. Founded in 1914, the Ridgefield Garden Club strives to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening in its members and in the community; aids in the protection of natural resources, native plants, and wildlife; and encourages civic improvement. 
  • RACE (Ridgefield Action Committee for the Environment) works for a clean environment.
  • ROSA (Ridgefield Open Space Association) was instrumental in preserving Bennett's Pond as open space. ROSA is dedicated to the preservation of open space and protection of the region's natural heritage through education and public advocacy.