Whether it has been about the damming of the Skagit River, creating the Alpine Lakes
Wilderness Area, or studying the aftermath of Mt. St. Helens, the Washington Native Plant
Society works to protect and monitor the vitality of this state’s native plant ecosystems.
Our greatest conservation work is on-the-ground and around the state where hundreds of
Society members volunteer their time to restore habitats, strive for good conservation
policies, conduct native plant inventories and monitor rare plant populations
|The Conservation Committee|
|WNPS Conservation Grants
The WNPS Conservation Committee is soliciting proposals for Conservation Grants of up to $1500 that further the goals of conservation of Washington native plants.
|Advocacy - Reports, Statements, Letters and Distribution
WNPS promotes conservation activities that result in informative research papers about native plants and their ecosystems. It also conducts advocacy that includes science based statements and comment letters regarding relevant statewide and local issues of concern.
|Rare Native Plants
Protecting threatened, sensitive or endangered native plants in Washington.