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Local Chapter Field Trips


Cooley's Hedge Nettle (Stachys cooleyae) photographed by Peggy Miller. Copyright 2009. All rights reserved.

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Central Puget Sound Olympic Peninsula
Central Washington Salal
Columbia Basin San Juan Islands
Koma Kulshan South Sound
Northeast Washington Suksdorfia
Okanogan Wenatchee Valley

FIELD TRIP IMPORTANT INFORMATION: 

  • Please contact field trip leaders even if you do not have questions to let them know you want to join them on the trip.  Field trips take place rain or shine, so proper clothing and footwear are essential. Trips may be strenuous or hazardous and please contact trip leaders if you have questions about degree of difficulty. Bring water, lunch and the ten essentials (map, compass, flashlight or headlamp with spare bulbs and batteries, extra food, extra clothing and rain gear, sunglasses and sunscreen, first aid kit, pocket knife, matches in a waterproof container, and fire starter).
  • Cost-sharing Policy for Car Pools The WNPS policy in 2009 was for passengers to provide the driver trip mileage reimbursement of $.25/mile, to be split among the passengers. In addition, passengers are expected to chip in for tolls, ferry fees and entrance or parking fees.  Since gas prices have increased since 2009, please be ready to offer your driver a higher per mile reimbursement. Drivers, please keep track of field trip miles driven and ask enough to cover gas plus wear and tear on your vehicle.

Central Puget Sound

Field trips are vital to a thriving community of people caring for native plants. If you are open to sharing an area of native plants with others, please email info@wnps.org. You don’t have to be an expert, just open to sharing a place you enjoy.

Central Puget Sound field trips

 

Central Washington

 Central Washington Chapter Newsletter: Summer 2015
   

Columbia Basin

Columbia Basin Chapter Web Page

 

Koma Kulshan

Koma Kulshan Chapter Web Page
 

Northeast Chapter

 
Northeast Chapter Web Page
 

Okanogan Chapter

Okanogan Chapter Web Page
 

Olympic Peninsula Chapter

Olympic Peninsula Chapter Web Page

 

Salal Chapter

The Salal Chapter maintains an email list of our members so we can send out timely notice of events between issues of the Potent Teller. If you'd like to be included or removed from the list, email Brenda Cunningham: nativegarden@fidalgo.net

You can now receive the Potent Teller via email (you’ll get to see the pictures in color)! If you'd like to receive the newsletter in PDF format instead of paper, email include that request.

We also do plant hikes on short notice during the summer. If you want to be on that list please send me your e-mail address.


Salal Chapter Web Page

   

San Juan Islands Chapter

San Juan Islands Chapter Web Page

 

South Sound Chapter

 South Sound Chapter Web Page
 

Suksdorfia Chapter

Suksdorfia Chapter Home Page

 

 

 

SUKSDORFIA CHAPTER: BIRD CREEK MEADOWS HIKE

   

Wenatchee Valley Chapter                          

Wenatchee Valley Chapter Web Page
 
   
 

 

 



Updated: March 30, 2017
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