The Koma Kulshan chapter of the Washington Native Plant Society invites you to join us as we explore the diversity of plants that live in our corner of the Pacific Northwest. From tidewater to the summit of lofty Mt. Baker, we have many habitats and microclimates that support diverse species — some common and some so rare you’re unlikely to find them without a guide.
If you have any interest in the plants that grow all around us, please join us. Our meetings and field trips are free and generally open to the public (with very few exceptions). Of course, if you come along a couple of times and find us friendly and the subject interesting we hope you’ll join. Get membership and online payment details on the Washington Native Plant Society state website. Be sure to choose Koma Kulshan as your chapter.
WNPS Events Cancelled Through August 2020
We want you, your friends, and the wider community to be safe during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, all WNPS in-person events have been cancelled through the end of August. Whether we’ll be back to gathering in person after that is still an open question.
Spending time outside, by yourself or with small groups, is a good way to help maintain your health and sanity during these chaotic and confusing times. Summer is here and our native flora are blooming. While we’re not running field trips for now, grab a plant list from the state WNPS website and make your own trip. There are lots of places to explore for native flora here in Whatcom County, but with the coronavirus pandemic you’ll probably be limited to places you can walk to from home.
Chapter E-mail Announcement list
Our chapter has a low-traffic groups.io e-mail list for reminders about upcoming meetings and field trips. To subscribe, send a blank email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You’ll be sent a confirmation email from the group. Reply to the confirmation email to activate your subscription. You can always unsubscribe if you find it is not what you want. Or, send list manager Mark Turner an e-mail requesting to join the group.