We serve Nassau, Suffolk, and New York City’s boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens.
Wild Ones is a national non-profit organization with local chapters that promote the many benefits of landscaping using native plants such as wildflowers, shrubs, trees, and grasses. Native plants are those which were growing here before European settlement and are important to sustain the wildlife that also calls this area home. Native plants thrive in our environment which they have adapted to over thousands of years and thus need little assistance from us to flourish.
Our vision for the future is to be the recognized voice for native plants and sustainable landscaping in our region by promoting increased use of native plantings that create living landscapes through grassroots efforts by example, education, marketing, and personalized support.
If you are looking for any of this information please join us at our next event and consider joining Wild Ones. If you would like to help us in providing these services please contact us so we can start utilizing your skills.
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If you would like to help make a difference in your community through ecological gardening practices consider joining Wild Ones as a member. Membership dues help to maintain our chapter finances and for educational materials like printing handouts and make displays and all the supplies to run plant sales.
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Wild Ones promotes environmentally friendly, sound landscaping to preserve biodiversity through the preservation, restoration, and establishment of native plant communities by:
- providing free, educational resources and learning opportunities that are open to the public,
- supporting the efforts of over 100+ local Wild Ones chapters and seedlings in 30 states
- publishing a quarterly, award-winning Journal for members featuring current native plant information and resources
- and offering free, professionally designed native garden templates for multiple regions in the United States.
To continue offering these important tools and resources to help save our environment, we need your support!