The Wild Ones Media Center is the one-stop information center for media professionals wanting information about Wild Ones. Please check the resource list below, and then please contact the National Office or other representatives if you need more information.
National Office 2285 Butte des Mortes Beach
Road, Neenah, Wisconsin 54956
Donna VanBuecken, Executive Director 877.394.9453 firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol Andrews National President 218.730.9954 email@example.com
Wild Ones is a not-for-profit, environmental
education and advocacy organization whose members
advocate the use of native plants and natural
landscaping. Established in 1979, Wild Ones
is headquartered in Neenah, Wisconsin, and
has over 50 chapters around the country.
Wild Ones Vision and Values Statement
Native plants are interesting and beautiful.
Natural landscaping doesn't waste energy resources.
And native plants and natural landscaping are
important factors in restoring and maintaining
biodiversity – keeping in mind that biodiversity
is important to all life on Earth – including
all human life.
Why Native Plants and Natural Landscaping
The enthusiasm of nine people at a natural
landscaping workshop in 1977 eventually blossomed
into an organization of several thousand native-plant
and natural-landscape enthusiasts.
History of Wild Ones
New membership campaign hopes to spread the
word about native plants and natural landscaping,
while increasing membership.
The Year to Grow Wild Ones
Recent news about Wild Ones.
Photography related to Wild Ones for the use
of media professionals.
Wild Ones Photos
Conferences with acknowledged experts keep
Wild Ones members up to date.
Information about some of the Wild Ones key
The new WILD Center is the epicenter of Wild
The WILD Center
Now in her 90s, Lorrie Otto continues as a
guiding force, planting the seeds of natural
landscaping in the hearts of thousands.
Lorrie Otto: Prairie Queen
The Wild Ones honorary directors are acknowledged
leaders in the field of native plants and natural
Wild Ones Honorary National Directors
In continuous publication for almost 25 years,
the Journal is
the "official" magazine
of Wild Ones.
Wild Ones Journal
Ecoscaper and Ecospace are Wild Ones programs
designed to help Wild Ones members learn more
about native plants, natural landscaping, sustainable
yard, and biodiversity.
Wild Ones Certification
Seeds for Education awards monetary grants
to schools and other organizations that plan
to develop natural-landscaping sites.
Seeds for Education