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Become a WNPS Native Plant Steward

Becoming a WNPS Native Plant Steward                                                         

The Washington Native Plant Society Stewardship program
offers opportunities to serve in community and habitat restoration.  Interested volunteers can prepare to join the Stewardship program by investigating course options in their community and preparing to take the Stewardship Training Course. No prior native plant or habitat restoration experience education or experience is required to apply.

Steps to Get There:

1) Locate a course that meets your needs for habitat choice
    and local for the volunteer project.

2) Submit the WNPS Native Plant Steward Application to register
    for the course as directed on the current course information page.

3) Become a Member of the Washington Native Plant Society.  JOIN

4) Interview with the Stewardship Program Coordinator offering your course.

5) Attend all classroom and field trip sessions of your training program. 

6) Complete the volunteer services requirement for your training program. 

Review the following documents to prepare for this Volunteer Role                                              

WNPS Native Plant Steward Application
   
  FAQ Information for Stewards
   
  Privileges & Responsibilities of the WNPS Steward
   
  Upcoming Course Information At A Glance
   

NOW Get Ready for some outdoor FUN!                                              

 



Updated: June 30, 2016
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