Wild Ones: Native Plants, Natural Landscapes promotes environmentally sound landscaping practices to preserve biodiversity through the preservation, restoration and establishment of native plant communities. Wild Ones is a not-for-profit environmental education and advocacy organization founded in 1979. For more information on the national organization, click here.
The Front Range Chapter serves the region from Ft. Collins to Colorado Springs including the Denver-metro area and Boulder. We are the first chapter in Colorado! If you would like to get involved, please contact Susan or Linda at FrontRangeWildOnes@gmail.com.
Chapter Meeting & Program: Pollinator Gardens
presented by Susan Smith
Wednesday, May 6, 7pm
at Englewood Library (Anderson Room)
Meet the incredible variety of pollinators that are busy in our gardens and discover the secret lives of our native solitary bees, beetles, flies, butterflies and other creatures. Discover what each group of pollinators needs in order to thrive in our landscapes. We will wrap up with an update on Wild Ones’ “Wild for Monarchs” campaign and a look at how monarch populations did this past year.
Susan has worked at nature centers and parks for over 20 years, helping connect people of all ages to nature. She has been trained as a Master Gardener, Native Plant Master and is President of the Front Range chapter of Wild Ones.
Please join us! Click on the Chapter Events tab for details.