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Welcome to the Native Plant Salvage Foundation:

Providing hands on education to protect and conserve water resources and habitat from the South Sound prairies to the shores of the Salish Sea.

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Highlighted Opportunities

Oemleria cerasiformis  by J. Gabbard & S. Elie.

Oemleria cerasiformis by J. Gabbard & S. Elie.


MLK Day of Service at the Nursery

Friday, January 18

In honor of MLK Day this year we will be expanding and organizing our nursery space to make way for salvage season, which is right around the corner!

We encourage you to give some proactive spirit on Friday, January 18th to rebuild the ecosystem we all share as equals.

Winter Twig Identification Field Course

Sunday, January 27th, 2019

Add beauty to your world by getting to know mother nature in her frosty state a little better. Join us for hot beverages and our annual Winter Twig ID botanist crawl in West Olympia!

NPSalvages Winter’19 Dates:

Feb. 10 & 23; Mar. 3 & 16

Salvages are a great way to practice plant identification and to meet fellow plant nerds.

Our volunteers salvage small native trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants from local areas scheduled for clearing. 


and enhance your learning with…

Winter in the Woods: A Winter Guide to Deciduous Plants in Western Washington.

This guide is eyeopening to ecologists, plant enthusiasts and novices alike.

Available for pick-up at our annual Winter Twig Identification Field Course on Sunday January 27th, 2019.

Winter Nursery Potting and Divisions

Want to grow a green thumb?

Join us and learn from our premiere plant whisperers Amy and Andy. Workshops will focus on propagation of weekly selected species.

These work parties provide a great backdrop to get connected with our board members, to catch up with friends and fellow volunteers, and make new friends as well - it always proves to be a good time for all!