Posts By: Katie Huebner

Annual Member Meeting Recording Available

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The Wild Ones Annual Member Meeting was held virtually last Saturday, September 19th. If you didn’t get a chance to join us live, a video recording of the meeting is available now on the Member’s website. Meet the Wild Ones Board of Directors and staff, preview the new professionally designed residential native garden plans funded… Read more »

Free Webinar! Humane Gardener: Nurturing a Home Wildlife Habitat

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Don’t miss this upcoming free webinar hosted by Wild Ones’ Tennessee Valley Chapter. The Humane Gardener: Nurturing a Home Wildlife Habitat will take place on Monday, September 14 6:00pm EST. Register now! Why do we call some insects “beneficial” while others are “pests”? Why are some plants considered “desirable” while others are “weeds”? In this… Read more »

Photo Contest Now Open

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Calling all Wild Ones photographers! Share the beauty of native plants and scenery by entering the 2020 Wild Ones Photo Contest. The contest, open to Wild Ones members only, has the following categories: Flora , Scenery, Pollinators, Natural Landscaping, Wild Ones Projects and Photos by Kids. Youth are eligible! Do you have a child/teen under 18… Read more »

Annual Meeting

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Saturday, Sept. 19, Wild Ones Annual Membership Meeting, 10:00 am CST Join us to celebrate Lorrie Otto’s 101 birthday! Meet the Wild Ones Board of Directors and staff. Preview the new professionally designed residential native garden plans funded by the Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust grant, and learn how Wild Ones is growing. We are asking… Read more »

Plan It Native Educational Conference Opportunity

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Wild Ones members, we welcome you to check out this educational conference opportunity! Deep Root’s KC’s upcoming Plan It Native virtual conference will be held September 16th, 17th and 18th and will offer in-depth sessions with regional and national experts in native landscapes including three half-days of valuable information for land managers and gardeners at all… Read more »