Locate a Chapter

Our Chapters serve as the link for Wild Ones’ efforts in the local community. Click a link to your state below to see if we have a chapter close to you and to find out what they’re doing in your community. Wild Ones has chapters in the following states.

Alabama  Alaska  Arizona  Arkansas  California  Colorado  Connecticut  Delaware  DC  Florida  Georgia  Hawaii  Idaho  Illinois  Indiana  Iowa  Kansas  Kentucky  Louisiana  Maine  Maryland  Massachusetts  Michigan  Minnesota  Mississippi  Missouri  Montana  Nebraska  Nevada  New Hampshire  New Jersey  New Mexico  New York  North Carolina  North Dakota  Ohio  Oklahoma  Oregon  Pennsylvania  Rhode Island  South Carolina  South Dakota  Tennessee  Texas  Utah  Vermont  Virginia  Washington  West Virginia  Wisconsin  Wyoming  

If you do not find a chapter near you, or if you choose not to be part of a Wild Ones chapter, you may choose to be a Partner At Large (PAL). A PAL is not assigned to a chapter but joins a group of members who work solo in their own communities or simply enjoy the benefits of a Wild Ones membership. Either way – as a chapter member or as a PAL, you receive all the benefits of membership.


Seedlings are Wild Ones locations that are working toward full chapter status and need to grow their membership! Wild Ones currently has seedlings in:

  • Black Hills (SD)
  • Northwest Lower Michigan (MI)
  • South Bend (IN)
  • South Central Minnesota (MN)
  • Capital Region (NY)
  • Georgia Piedmont (GA)
  • Jo Daviess County (IL)
  • Central Alabama (AL)
  • Western North Carolina (NC)
  • Moultrie County (IL)

If you know of someone local who should be a Wild Ones member and connect with one of these seedlings, please share with them how to join. If you/they are already a Wild Ones “Partner at Large” and would like to be a part of one of these seedlings, please contact us at [email protected].

Start a Chapter

If there is no local chapter, let us know and we’ll help you start a chapter in your area.  Organizing a Wild Ones chapter is a great way to get together with friendly, knowledgeable people who share your interest in native plants and natural landscaping. Please contact us for more information.