Posts Tagged: #natives

Fall Honorary Director Webinar

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 “The Bombus Among Us – Bumble Bee Basics” webinar with Heather Holm You and a guest are invited to the fall Wild Ones Honorary Director webinar “The Bombus Among Us – Bumble Bee Basics” by Biologist, Heather Holm, an award-winning author. Join us on Thursday, September 24 at 6:30 pm CST/7:30 pm EST. Space is… Read more »

Wild Ones is Sponsoring a Webinar Series with NDAL

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Wild Ones is excited to announce that we are sponsoring a national webinar series in conjunction with New Directions in American Landscapes during the months of July and August! This is a live webinar series for landscape practitioners throughout the United States including landscape architects and designers, restoration ecologists, and horticulturists. The webinars are open… Read more »

Searching for Wild Ones National Board Candidates

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We are looking for talented board candidates for the Wild Ones National Board of Directors! The National Board Nominating Committee is asking for assistance in finding talented board candidates. Board positions are for the election of summer 2020. The ideal candidates will work to advance the Wild Ones mission through strategic thinking with a focus… Read more »

The Wild Store is open and stocked with great holiday gifts!

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Great gifts for the holidays and more are available at the online Wild Store! Need a gift for a friend or family member? How about something special for yourself? The Wild Store has a variety of caps and hats; women’s and men’s shirts; books, banners and audio materials that make great gifts for the holidays…. Read more »

H.R. 1572 addresses the importance of native plants

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H.R. 1572: The Botany Bill The importance of native plants is gaining national attention! H.R. 1572, the “Botany Bill”, is going before the House of Representatives Natural Resources Public Lands Subcommittee Thursday morning, July 18. Overall, this legislation emphasizes the importance of protecting native plants and ecosystems. This sounds familiar Work on the Botany Bill… Read more »