To promote the appreciation and conservation of Washington's native plants and their habitats through study, education, and advocacy.
New Look for WNPS Website
WNPS is revamping its website in 2018. As features and sections are redeveloped, pages will be published. The new framework is mobile-responsive, and a search bar is coming soon.
This soft-launch begins December 1, 2017 will featue a new look with the blog, new events calendar, and also email a monthly eNewsletter to subscribed users.
View at a glance all the WNPS events coming up across the state. There are several ways to view and stay connected. The state events page and calendar shows every event, and as chapter and committee pages are published, each will have their own calendar to view separately. Start planning your vacation and visit another chapter's programs.
No need to stay in the dark, WNPS will keep you connected sending you a monthly eNewsletter. This newsletter will feature blog articles, upcoming events, and important announcements. Open to anyone. If you're thinking about becoming a member, this is a great way to find out what the organization is all about.
Started in 2012, the WNPS blog, Botanical Rambles, is curated by Sarah Gage. She is a writer and editor, a broad-spectrum botanist, a cranky gardener, and an accidental bureaucrat. Others have also contributed content as experts in their field covering many subjects including slugs, invasive species control, gardening, and places to hike or visit.