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Wild Ones Natural Landscapers, Ltd. is a non-profit organization with a mission to educate and share information with members and community at the "plant-roots" level and to promote biodiversity and environmentally sound practices. We are a diverse membership interested in landscaping using native species and in developing plant communities.

New members are always welcome!

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Join us for a

Tour of the Kropidlowski Native Prairie

Thursday, June 28, 2011, at 9:00 AM

at N10211 Highway 49, Iola


While the lupine are fading, Carol says that the yellow coneflower, quinine, liatris, and bergamot should all be in bloom. She also believes that she may have a rare fringed prairie orchid that will be blooming.


If you havenít been to Carolís farm before, hereís how to find it:

1.    Take Highway 66 east from Stevens Point, six miles past Rosholt.

2.    When 66 ends, take Highway 49 south about four miles.

3.    When you cross the Waupaca County line, Carolís farmhouse is the first one on your right: N10211 Highway 49.


Wild Ones promotes environmentally sound landscaping practices to preserve biodiversity through the preservation, restoration and establishment of native plant communities.  Wild Ones is a not-for-profit environmental educational and advocacy organization.

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