Category: Wild Ones Presents

One of the ways Wild Ones seeks to accomplish our mission of promoting native plants and landscaping is by providing learning opportunities for both seasoned gardeners and those who are new to gardening and/or the native plant movement alike. All of these webinar opportunities are free and open to the public to attend.

June Board of Directors Meeting
June 24th at 5:00 PM (CDT)

All Wild Ones members are invited to bi-monthly national Wild Ones board meetings! During meetings, the board strives to uphold Wild Ones’ mission, hone our vision, implement strategies and provide organizational oversight; you are welcome to attend!

Event: Robin Wall Kimmerer, “Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants”

Join Wild Ones and the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Sustainability Institute for Regional Transformations and the Inter-Tribal Student Council on Tuesday, March 19 as we present: “Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants” with celebrated ecologist, educator and author Robin Wall Kimmerer. Continue reading "Event: Robin Wall Kimmerer, “Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants”"

The Gardener’s Guide to Prairie Plants with Neil Diboll and Hilary Cox

Join us for an enlightening webinar featuring authors, Neil Diboll and Hilary Cox, as they present their latest book, “The Gardener’s Guide to Prairie Plants.” This comprehensive compendium is a treasure trove of knowledge for gardeners looking to incorporate native prairie plants into their landscapes. Neil and Hilary will delve into the making and application […] Continue reading "The Gardener’s Guide to Prairie Plants with Neil Diboll and Hilary Cox"

View the Recording of “Native Plants for Improving Outdoor Air Quality” Webinar with Eric Fuselier

This program will go in depth into how phytoremediation can be used to improve outdoor air quality and cover a wide range of native plant species and contaminants, including particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide, ozone, volatile organic compounds, and atmospheric carbon. Continue reading "View the Recording of “Native Plants for Improving Outdoor Air Quality” Webinar with Eric Fuselier"