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San Juan Islands Chapter

Chapter Information

The purposes of the San Juan Islands Chapter of the Washington Native Plant Society are the preservation, conservation, study, and restoration of native plants and vegetation of the San Juan Islands and Northwest Washington State. The Chapter also supports educational outreach on the values of the native flora and its habitat.

Please see our latest newsletter for information about the events and activities of our Chapter. For more information about our Chapter also see this site.

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Unusual white fairyslipper (Calypso bulbosa).
Lopez Hill, by Adrienne Rice Adams

 

 

 

 



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