Wild Ones Front Range
Wild Ones Front Range (WOFR) is a chapter of the National Wild Ones organization. We empower people to plant and promote native landscapes that sustain local ecosystems for a climate resilient future. We do this by providing how-to resources and encouraging collaboration among our members.
We are the first chapter in Colorado and serve the region from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs, including the Denver-metro area and Boulder.
Native Plant Landscaping Statement
The Wild Ones Front Range Chapter supports everyone who is committed to adding more native plants to their part of the Front Range, from a handful to a yard full. Each native plant that you add provides a landing place, food source, and/or a nesting site for local wildlife. You can place potted native plants on your balcony or simply replace non-thriving plants in your landscape with natives over time. Of course, the more native plants there are, the bigger the impact! If your goal is to create a sustainable biodiverse habitat, we suggest incorporating at least 70% native species into your garden.
Distinguishing Between Wild Ones National, Wild Ones Front Range, & our Front Range Regions
- Provides infrastructure for over 80 chapters nationwide
- Manages membership purchases and renewals
- Organizes native plant landscaping educational webinars
- Publishes quarterly Wild Ones Journal
- Runs campaigns that help fund national operations
- Sends communications from email addresses ending in “wildones.org”
- Manages the chapter operations local to the Front Range
- Hosts chapter-wide and public events
- Provides educational resources on the how-tos of native plant gardening in Colorado
- Publishes the public Newsletter & member-only Member Matters
- Runs campaigns that help fund chapter operations
- Sends communications from “[email protected]”
Regions within the Front Range Chapter
- Hosts local Member Meetups so members may collaborate with and learn from each other
- Regions include: Boulder County, Denver Metro, Douglas & Elbert Counties, Jefferson County, Larimer & Weld Counties, Pikes Peak