- Do you wonder about the plants you see while hiking in Washington's parks, forests and meadows?
- Are you interested in the gardening, ethnobotanical, and wildlife benefits of native plants?
- Do you want to help protect Washington's native plants and habitats?
- Chapter meetings with fellowship and stimulating presentations plus occasional seminars and symposia.
- Field trips to admire, study and photograph wildflowers and plant communities.
- Native plant and seed sales and native plant salvage events.
- Volunteer opportunities in education, restoration and conservation projects.
- Participation in the WNPS List Serve discussion and notification e-mail service.
- Participation in the WNPS Photo Contest
- Publications, including a quarterly journal, Douglasia, Occasional Papers featuring in-depth studies of native plants and habitats, local chapter newsletters, posters, and educational materials.
- Study weekends held annually in different ecosystems around the state.
- Workshops on plant identification, landscaping, propagation, etc.
- Grant funding for education, conservation, and research projects.
- Discounts on select books at chapter functions (not all chapters, no mail order).
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Each membership includes affiliation with one chapter. For additional chapter affiliations add $5 for each additional chapter.
To join the Washington Native Plant Society