Learn with the Native Plant Salvage

We offer a wide variety of classes and workshops annually on a wide range of topics, including rain gardens, plant ID, shore-friendly living, and landscaping for water and wildlife.

To be informed of upcoming learning opportunities, please join our newsletter, or check back to our calendar frequently.  We also have learning resources available through our website! Click here to explore our online learning resources


Please click on any of the class titles below to learn more about them!

Plant Identification: 

 Join experts from NPSF throughout the year for a variety of plant ID classes. When you join us afterwards to volunteer, every day outside is an additional learning experience to practice your plant ID!

 

Landscaping Workshops: 

Learn how to landscape for water and wildlife, treat stormwater on your site, or learn about the beautiful native and waterwise plants that are appropriate for your home!


highlighted learning opportunity: be a citizen scientist!

FREE Rain Garden Performance Assessment Training

Ever thought of becoming a citizen scientist? Through this program, volunteers like you will assess individual rain garden effectiveness. Training is free and will be an enjoyable mix of indoor and outdoor-field training. Want to know more about participating in this fun, landmark project while learning exciting science and new skills? Contact us for more information, or to reserve your spot in the class, by emailing erica@nativeplantsalvage.org

Workshops are a great way to get hands-on experience, which can help drive home the concepts we discuss in our classes.  Many of our workshops can be directed to particular audience, such as our workshop on shoreline property stewardship for real estate professionals, With a Water View. If you have any questions about our offerings for the year, or you'd like to request a workshop for your organization, please submit an inquiry!


We also have learning resources available through our website! Click here to explore our online learning resources