We have monthly programs from September through April, except for December. They usually take place the last Sunday in the month at 2:00 pm at Liverpool Public Library.
Some programs (due to room conflicts or holidays) must be rescheduled, so please confirm the date of programs you’re planning to attend.
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Anyone, member or not, is welcome to sign up for our free newsletter. We’re an education-focused not-for-profit, and so we don’t sell your name or email address to anyone.
We plan a field trip for May or June. We’ve visited many special places over the years.
We generally have expert tour guides so we learn more about the ecology of each of these places.
Show Me, Help Me tours
We organize Show Me Help Me yard tours during the summer.
Sometimes we visit home landscapes of fellow HGCNYers and sometimes we visit landscapes in the community.
Native plant sales
Holding native plant sales is an important activity for HGCNY.
Our plant sale is in September, but we often have a special plant sale in the spring, too.
The spring plant sale has often focused on milkweeds, but sometimes we distribute native nectar plants, too.
Spreading the word about native plants
We’re often invited to participate in local events to talk with people about the importance of planting native plants.
For many years, HGCNY has participated in an annual garlic mustard pull at Baltimore Woods Nature Center. We’re pleased to see that as the garlic mustard seedbank is exhausted, “our” area has fewer and fewer garlic mustard plants — and therefore, more and more of the native beauties, such as trillium, Baltimore Woods is famous for.
Help plan our events!
Rather than having a general business meeting, our officers and other interested Wild Ones members attend Planning Meetings in March, June, and September. Contact us if you’d like to be included.