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SFE applications are no longer being accepted. The SFE committee has commenced evaluation of all the applications submitted.
Candidate Seeking a Second Term Denise Gehring Toledo, Ohio Oak Openings Region Chapter, Lifetime member Professional Affiliations: (Current) Native Plant Working Group; Metroparks: Rare Plant Monitoring Volunteer; The Nature Conservancy: Volunteer Field Research and Seed Collector; The Collaborative: Native Landscape Consultant; Ohio Division of Natural Areas & Preserves: Rare Plant Seasonal Botanist; and Ohio Karner… Read more »
For many years, Wild Ones has worked with schools, nature centers, places of worship, and other nonprofits to plant and maintain native plant landscapes. In 1996, the Wild Ones Board of Directors started the Lorrie Otto Seeds for Education (SFE) grant program. The following nurseries are Seeds for Education partners. These nurseries worked with grant… Read more »
Seeds for Education (SFE) Overview Do you know of a local school, nature center or youth group in need of funding for a native garden or habitat for hands-on learning? If so, please invite them to apply for a Wild Ones Lorrie Otto Seeds for Education Grant Program (SFE). Applications are available in July of… Read more »
Join or Renew your Membership in Wild Ones Join a community of native plant enthusiasts – novices to experts – making a difference by establishing and preserving communities of native plants in home landscapes, schools, businesses, and communities. Help spread awareness and share knowledge about preserving, restoring, and establishing native plant communities to promote biodiversity… Read more »