Minnesota chapters

Arrowhead Chapter –  Duluth Area
Representing a large area in Northeastern Minnesota and Northwestern Wisconsin. Meetings are generally held in Duluth.
President: Carol Andrews (218) 529-8204
Chapter email: Arrowhead.Wild.Ones@gmail.com
Meeting Information


Big River Big Woods Chapter – St. Paul, East Metro Area
Welcome to Big River Big Woods.  We are a brand new Wild Ones Chapter in the East Metro area of the Twin Cities, MN.  We are excited to offer residents of St. Paul and the eastern suburbs opportunities to learn more about native plants and sound landscaping practices.  Having a local chapter will make it easier for us to learn from one another.  We encourage you to contact us to learn more about Wild Ones and the Big River Big Woods chapter. Check out our Facebook page for more information: BigRiverBigWoods


Northfield Prairie Partners Chapter – Cannon Valley, Northfield Area
Contact: Arlene Kjar, President   Contact Us


Prairie Edge Chapter  – Chanhassen Area
If you live in the area of Chanhassen or parts of Plymouth and the surrounding towns of Eden Prairie, Minnetonka, Shakopee, Chaska, Victoria, Excelsior and Waconia, join the Wild Ones Prairie Edge and start learning with them about the benefits of using native plants and natural landscaping. For more information, contact Marilynn Torkelson at marilynntorkelson@gmail.com or call  (952) 906-1482.  Or, simply go to the Wild Ones  Join-Renew page right now.


St. Cloud Chapter – St Cloud Area
Meetings are usually held the fourth Monday of the month at the Heritage Nature Center, 6:30 p.m.Brian Johnson (320) 356-9462 or e-mail.


St. Croix Oak Savanna Chapter – Stillwater Area
Kathy Widin, President: e-mail or (651) 338-3651
Roger Miller, Programs: e-mail or (651) 275-0526

Our St. Croix Oak Savanna Chapter was formed in 2003 and sponsors monthly programs by enthusiasts and experts on native plants and natural landscapes. Meetings are free and open to the public. Special events may include a registration fee to help cover costs. Cold weather (indoor) meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month at the FamilyMeans Building, 1875 Northwestern Ave in Stillwater. Socializing begins at 6:30 pm with our speaker at 7 pm. Warm weather garden tours and field trips are typically held weekday evenings and Saturday/Sunday mornings. We welcome all levels of plant and gardening enthusiast. Join us to learn more about Minnesota and Wisconsin native plants and how they can enhance our outdoor spaces.


Twin Cities Chapter – Minneapolis Area
Monthly topic meetings are on the third Tuesday, unless otherwise noted, at the Wood Lake Nature Center in Richfield, 6710 Lake Shore Drive, located just south of 66th Street between I-35W and Lyndale Avenue South (map). Free and open to the public.

Marilyn Jones, President, 612-724-8084, marilyndjones@gmail.com

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