You can join by registering online on the Wild Ones National website,  

Wild Ones, Native Plants, Natural Landscapes is a non-profit, educational organization. Your membership is considered a donation and is entirely tax-deductible.

Joining Wild Ones gives you access to the camaraderie and information resources of other native plant enthusiasts. A single membership covers both the national organization and your local chapter. Members receive the Wild Ones New Member Handbook and the Wild Ones Journal, a bimonthly publication. In addition, the Twin Cities Chapter publishes a periodic e-zine, Wild Ones Reflections, and a local quarterly member newsletter.

Membership benefits include participation in any and all Wild Ones chapter activities, either locally or across the United States. These activities include such events as seed gathering, seed exchanges, plant rescues, plant sales, speaker presentations, garden tours, conferences, and bus tours.

Why Join Wild Ones Twin Cities:
  • LEARN from experts in the field about landscaping with MN native plants and related topics during our monthly programs.
  • SUPPORT our mission by purchasing MN native plant signs and native wildflowers, grasses and shrubs during our annual plant sale.
  • TOUR local homeowners' native plant gardens, habitat restorations and natural areas for inspiration during the summer months.
  • VOLUNTEER at Wild Ones sponsored community activities,  such as the Minneapolis Monarch Festival, native plant gardening Learn-Alongs at the Nokomis Naturescape in Minneapolis, and other educational outreach events in our local communities.
  • RECEIVE benefits from our national organization, including the quarterly Wild Ones Journal, access to the Wild Ones Member Center for learning resources, participation in Wild for Monarchs and Native Garden recognition programs, and much, much more!
  • CONNECT through chapter and national Wild Ones newsletters, facebook groups, and in-person tours and program meetings. 
  • ENJOY getting to know people who share your interest!

Educating the public about the benefits of preserving and restoring biodiversity 
of our native plant communities, beginning in our own yards and gardens