The mission of the West Virginia Native Plant Society (WVNPS) is to further the appreciation and conservation of the state's native flora through education and voluntary action.
WVNPS supports a variety of programs, including:
- Field trips to learn about plants in their natural habitats.
- Activities that promote the preservation and enhancement of West Virginia's wild plant communities.
- Programs to educate the public about native plants and their threats.
- Documentation of native flora, especially rare and endangered species.
- A periodic newsletter.
Membership & Chapters
Membership in WVNPS is for one calendar year, January 1 through December 31. New members who join in September or later will be credited through the following calendar year. WVNPS is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. Dues and contributions are tax deductible.
In addition to the statewide group, membership is available in two local chapters. The Kanawha Valley Chapter in Charleston and the Tri-State Chapter in Huntington. Both chapters offer local field trips, educational programs, and volunteer opportunities. An additional membership fee is required to join these groups.
Click here for a membership form.
Newsletter EditorEastern Panhandle Chapter Representative
Kanawha Valley Chapter Representative
Tri-State Chapter Representative