Month: November 2021

Some good news

From Missouri Native Plants Society Facebook Post Maramec Springs Park outside St. James, MO is about to undergo a major transition from a traditional manicured fescue grass park to a 100% native planting park. This is excellent news. Over the past two years they have disked and seeded much of the park with soybean to […] Continue reading "Some good news"

St. Louis Open Yards

A program of interest to us Wild Ones St. Louis Open Yards A Native Landscaping Program  A program for native landscape “open houses” across the St. Louis region from spring through fall. First openings planned for spring 2022.  Each landscape host decides exactly when their yard is open…a single day, every weekend in April, daily […] Continue reading "St. Louis Open Yards"

Welcome New Vice President

As many of you are aware, our President, Beka Davis resigned last month from the Presidency, but not from our ranks. (She will continue to serve in a variety of ways within the Chapter. ) Upon her resignation, our Vice-President, Bev Arnold, stepped up and assumed the President’s role, leaving the Vice-Presidential role open. According […] Continue reading "Welcome New Vice President"