The following is a listing of the Ohio chapters and their related information. If the chapter has a website you can access it by clicking the name of the chapter. Most chapter programs are free and open to the public.
Columbus Chapter – Columbus Area
Except for field trips, the chapter meets the second Saturday of each month at the Whetstone Library Community Room, 3909 N. High Street, Columbus, OH 43214. A complete listing of our programs and field trips is found by clicking our website link above.
For more information, contact our president, Cecelia Jokerst.
Dayton Area Chapter – Dayton Area
The Dayton Area chapter is forming. If you would like to learn about this chapter and using native wildflowers in your garden, contact the Acting President, Janet Olney Lasley.
Greater Cincinnati Chapter – Cincinnati Area
The Greater Cincinnati Chapter has monthly meetings or field trips, as well as many other opportunities for learning about native plants. To view the program schedule visit the chapter website link above.
For more information, contact Chris McCullough or at 513-860-4959.
Northeast Ohio (Seedling) Chapter – Cuyahoga and Lake Counties
This new chapter is being formed. If you would like to learn about this chapter and about using native wildflowers in your garden, contact Rhonda Leffel.
Oak Openings Region Chapter – Toledo Area
Previously known as the Toledo Chapter of Wild Ones, the Oak Openings Region Chapter was renamed to highlight the globally threatened ecosystem, the Oak Openings Region of NW Ohio and SE Michigan.
From September to May, our chapter meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the Nederhouser Community Hall, The Olander Park System, 6930 Sylvania Ave., Sylvania, OH. You are welcome to attend these informative and exciting programs from area experts and partners.
Date, time and location details for Wild Ones Oak Openings Region are announced in advance via the chapter E-newsletter, Facebook: www.facebook.com/wildonesoakopenings and
If you are not on our e-mail list and want to be, e-mail us and let us know.
For more information contact the president President, Hal Mann.