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Free Event: Birds and Plants

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2017 Native Plant Field Hikes
2017 Field Trips Anyone is welcome to join these free trips. Please reserve a spot on any hike by contacting the trip leader. April 29:  MVIC Native Plant Garden Tour Wander around the Methow Valley Interpretive Center’s Native Plant Garden and hear about t...

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2016 WNPS Hikes
Anyone is welcome to join these free trips. Please reserve a spot on any hike by contacting the trip leader. 1. April 16 —Mill Hill (Twisp) for Flowers & Bees—led by Dana Visalli  dana at methownet.com 509-997-9011 A short (2-miles) but steep hike up the tr...

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Maple Pass Loop Restoration - Plant-and-Camp
Image courtesy of Andy Porter Photography OKANOGAN-WENATCHEE NATIONAL FOREST – METHOW VALLEY FRIENDS OF THE FOREST DAYS Join us on Saturday, September 26 and/or Sunday, September 27, 2015, to help us plant thousands of fragile alpine plants on the high reac...

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Spring Flowers to Know and Love
Our chapter president, Dana Visalli, will present  “Spring Flowers to Know and Love”  at the Twisp River Pub this Tuesday.  Dana will review our most abundant spring wildflowers and tell some of their personal stories--why they have the color, shape, size, ...

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Naturally Beautiful Roadsides Project Update
Hello friends of the WNPS Okanogan Chapter, We had a great year on our Naturally Beautiful Roadsides project.  Richardson's penstemon was still blooming at the site on October 30th. Background Since autumn of 2008, chapter volunteers have cared for a short ...

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On Fire: Methow Plants, Wildlife & Fire
fire on Balky Hill on 7.19 Our local Okanogan Chapter of the Washington Native Plant Society is sponsoring a free program that Dana Visalli will be giving at the Twisp pub titled:  On Fire: Methow Plants, Wildlife & Fire Join us M onday evening,  November 1...

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Help keep our roadsides beautiful! Seed planting party...
One of our most inspiring projects could use your help!  The Naturally Beautiful Roadsides project aims to restore native plants alongside the highway in between Winthrop and Twisp. This "no spray zone" is a testament to using natural habitat instead of har...

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Fall planting day at the Native Garden
Join us this Saturday October 18, at 9am at the Methow Valley Interpretive Center native plant garden. We'll be planting little seedlings into the garden beds. These gatherings are always fun, and we always learn from each other. With this planting the gard...

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Native Plant Sale at Twisp Farmer's Market
Fall is the perfect time to plant perennials - root growth during the winter readies them to take off and bloom in the spring.  Our chapter and the Methow Valley Interpretive Center have joined up to sell native perennials at the Twisp Farmers' Market this ...
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