Welcome to the Wild Ones Keweenaw Chapter
We are on a journey to
- educate ourselves and others about the special attributes of native plants and how to incorporate them into our gardens and civic landscapes.
- create habitat that nurtures wildlife, including bees, butterflies, and birds; and
- develop resilient landscapes that absorb runoff, protecting water quality and infrastructure.
Regular meetings are held at 6:15 p.m., the third Tuesday of the month, on Zoom.
Sign up now for the
Fourth Annual Keweenaw Native Plant Symposium
Thursdays at 7 p.m., April 15, 22 and 29
Whether you are a native newbie or an experienced gardener, this series of Zoom webinars has something for you. Topics range from an introduction to the joy of native gardening to a keynote by nationally known author Nancy Lawson. Learn more and register here.
Join us for a Zoom discussion of Nancy Lawson’s The Humane Gardener.
Monday, April 19, 6:30 p.m.
In this critically acclaimed book, Lawson tells the story of how she gradually became aware that all gardening actions have consequences for animals and what she did to make her yard a paradise for plants and wildlife alike. Learn more and register here.
Want to grow native but don’t know where to begin?
Wild Ones’ has just launched its Native Garden Design website, featuring a several downloadable native garden plans created by professional landscape designers. The plans are free, printable, and come with plant lists.
We hope these resources inspire, encourage and motivate you in your native garden journey!