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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

Photo credit: Colton Weaver

Photo credit: Colton Weaver

 

Plant (& Fungi!)I.D. Walks

Fungi Walk on Sunday, March 24 — Sold out!

You can still join Native Plant Salvage for the whole series of four enchanting Plant I.D. Walks this spring and summer!

Teaching NPSalvage

Event date: Saturday March 30

Interested in learning special salvage and propagation techniques on specialty, tricky plants such as Oregon-grape? Join one of our premier plant whisperers, Andy, for three seasonally specialized Teaching NPSalvage events where you can learn how to take cuttings, chase rhizomes and learn to grow plants like a pro.

NPSalvages Winter’19

Event dates: Saturday 3/30, 9:30 - 3:30

Our volunteers, in partnership with Thurston County Stream Team, salvage small native trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants from local areas scheduled for clearing. Salvages are a great way to practice plant identification and to meet fellow plant nerds.

Missed out on WT19?

Winter in the Woods: a Winter Guide to Deciduous Native Plants in Western Washington is available for purchase through the winter season.

“Studying the physical details of (native) plants in the winter ignites our enthusiasm for watching their changes throughout the seasons.” —Winter in the Woods

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