Conservation Committee

The Conservation Committee of the Koma Kulshan Chapter of the Washington Native Plant Society advocates for the conservation of native plants, native plant habitats, and associated native fauna, such as pollinators. Where appropriate, the Committee partners with local government agencies, tribes, and other conservation groups to accomplish project goals.  

Current Committee projects include the study and protection of balds, public education on urban native plant gardens that support native pollinators, and coordination with local farms to increase plantings of pollinator friendly native plant hedgerows.

Other future Committee responsibilities may include writing comment letters in response to proposed public actions, developing legislative proposals, providing support for conservation initiatives of partners, and helping identify stewardship projects.

If you are interested in promoting native plant conservation in Whatcom County, contact Jim Davis (jimdaviscpc at comcast dot net) for more information. 

A few committee members at the Red Mt Bald