Chapters in Ohio

Wild Ones Dayton Area Chapter serves Dayton and the surrounding areas.
https://daytonareawildones.org/
[email protected]

Wild Ones Fairfield County Ohio (Seedling) Chapter is based in Violet Township and serves communities in Fairfield County and adjacent areas.
https://fairfieldcountyohio.wildones.org/
[email protected]

Wild Ones Greater Cincinnati Chapter serves Cincinnati as well as southeast Indiana, northern Kentucky, and southwestern Ohio.
https://cincinnati.wildones.org/
[email protected]
https://www.facebook.com/cincinnatiwildones/
https://www.instagram.com/wildonescincinnati/

Wild Ones Hocking Hills (Seedling) Chapter is based in Logan, Ohio, and serves communities in Athens, Hocking, Perry, Ross, Vinton and southern Fairfield and Pickaway counties.
https://hockinghills.wildones.org/
[email protected]
https://www.facebook.com/WildOnesHockingHills
https://www.instagram.com/wildoneshockinghills/

Wild Ones Miami Valley (Seedling) Chapter is based in Oxford and serves southwestern Ohio communities across the Miami River Valley.
https://miamivalley.wildones.org/
[email protected]
https://facebook.com/wildonesmiamivalley/
https://www.instagram.com/wildonesmiamivalley/

Wild Ones Upper Ohio Valley (Seedling) Chapter serves communities in and adjacent to Hancock, Brooke, Ohio and Marshall Counties the Northern West Virginia Panhandle and Jefferson, Belmont and Monroe Counties in eastern Ohio.
https://upperohiovalley.wildones.org/
[email protected]

Wild Ones Youngstown Area Chapter serves Youngstown, Ohio, and surrounding areas, including Mahoning, Trumbull, and Columbiana Counties.
https://youngstownarea.wildones.org/
[email protected]
https://www.facebook.com/groups/wildonesyoungstownarea/
https://twitter.com/WildOneYoungs

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. Join Now!

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Upcoming Chapter Events in Ohio

Apr
26

Plant ID Slow Hike: Spring Ephemeral Edition with Lorain County Metro Parks

Hosted by Wild Ones Greater Cleveland Chapter
Friday, April 26th, 2024
to (Eastern Time)
French Creek Nature Center, 4530 Colorado Ave, Sheffield Lake, OH, 44054 Map

Public Welcome Family Friendly Free Event Nature Walk/Hike Free Public Parking

Wild Ones Greater Cleveland’s Ring in Spring series presents:

Plant ID Slow Hike

Spring Ephemeral Edition

🌸Join us for a leisurely stroll with Wild Ones Greater Cleveland and Lorain County Metro Parks as we explore the trails and identify spring wildflowers together. No need to rush; we'll be taking our time to appreciate the beauty around us and identify the flowers we encounter along the way.

🍃Make sure to wear comfortable shoes or boots suitable for walking on trails, rain or shine. Don't forget to bring water and sunscreen if needed. This hike won't be too strenuous; we'll be stopping frequently to admire flowers and practice identification.

If you happen to have a copy of Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide, feel free to bring it along! Alternatively, you can check with your local library to see if they have a copy available for borrowing before our stroll.

Register

Apr
27

Plant Dig at the Reuter Residence

Hosted by Wild Ones Columbus Chapter
Saturday, April 27th, 2024
to (Eastern Time)
Reuter Residence, 274 Westview Ave, Columbus, OH, 43214 Map

Public Welcome Plant Salvage/Rescue Free Public Parking

Help us get ready for our native plant sale in May by participating in a plant dig! We will be digging and potting up plants at Wild Ones Columbus board member Don's yard. No need to stay the whole time if you can't and the more members that show up, the faster we'll finish.

Snacks and extra water will be available. Please bring your own gardening implements such as gloves, trowels, shovel, scissors, pruner, knee pad or kneeler. Also, sunscreen, insect repellent and a water bottle.

Apr
27

[Information Table ] Earth Fest at Adell Durbin Park!

Hosted by Wild Ones Greater Cleveland Chapter
Saturday, April 27th, 2024
to (Eastern Time)
Adell Durbin Park, 3300 Darrow Rd, Stow, OH, 44224 Map

Public Welcome Family Friendly Free Event Public Restroom Free Public Parking Lots of Physical Activity

Come join Wild Ones Greater Cleveland as we will have an informational table set up as we Celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day at Adell Durbin Park in Stow!

There will be fun for the whole family including activities for children and guided hikes at 10:30 and 11:30 AM to explore signs of Spring and marvel at the beauty of nature.  Pick up a passport from the City of Stow Urban Forestry division and get it stamped at various booths in order to earn a free tree!  We will have representatives on hand from Summit County Master Gardeners, Summit Soil and Water Conservation District, City of Stow Urban Forestry and many more ready to share information and giveaways.  

FREE event for all ages, no registration needed.

Connect with nature just outside your door. This spring, the City of Stow Parks and Recreation Department and Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library have partnered to present outdoor programs for area residents. 

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Apr
27

Native Garden Demonstration

Hosted by Wild Ones Miami Valley Seedling
Saturday, April 27th, 2024
to (Eastern Time)
Oxford Presbyterian Church, 101 N Main St, Oxford, OH, 45056 Map

Public Welcome Family Friendly Hands-On/How-To Workshop

Wild Ones members will be planting seeds and a mix of native seedlings into the cleared bed at the church location.  Participants, including children, can join in, and everyone is welcome to ask questions about the process and benefits of going native. 

Apr
28

Plant ID Slow Hike: Spring Ephemeral Edition with Summit Metro Parks

Hosted by Wild Ones Greater Cleveland Chapter
Sunday, April 28th, 2024
to (Eastern Time)
O'Neil Woods Metro Park, 2550 Martin Rd, Akron, OH, 44333 Map

Public Welcome Family Friendly Free Event Nature Walk/Hike Free Public Parking

Wild Ones Greater Cleveland’s Ring in Spring series presents:

Plant ID Slow Hike

Spring Ephemeral Edition

🌸Join us for a leisurely stroll with Wild Ones Greater Cleveland and Summit Metro Parks as we explore the trails and identify spring wildflowers together. No need to rush; we'll be taking our time to appreciate the beauty around us and identify the flowers we encounter along the way.

🍃Make sure to wear comfortable shoes or boots suitable for walking on trails, rain or shine. Don't forget to bring water and sunscreen if needed. This hike won't be too strenuous; we'll be stopping frequently to admire flowers and practice identification.

If you happen to have a copy of Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide, feel free to bring it along! Alternatively, you can check with your local library to see if they have a copy available for borrowing before our stroll.

Register


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