About Us

Wild Ones St. Croix Oak Savanna’s primary goals are to advocate for landscaping with native plants, to provide environmental education, and to restore natural ecosystems. We do this through monthly educational programs and field trips, chapter activities, and networking with other local environmental organizations.

Wild Ones St. Croix Oak Savanna Chapter was formed in late 2003. We’re located in Stillwater, MN, and sponsor monthly programs by enthusiasts and experts on native plants and natural landscapes.

This was our first chapter meeting, October, 2003

Meetings are free and open to the public.

Indoor meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month at the FamilyMeans Building, 1875 Northwestern Ave, in Stillwater. Socializing begins at 6:30 with our speaker at 7 pm.

Warm weather garden tours and field trips are typically held on weekends.

See our Chapter Calendar for coming events.

We Welcome all levels of native plant and gardening enthusiast!

Join us to learn more about Minnesota and Wisconsin native plants and how they enhance our outdoor spaces.

2017 Chapter Officers and Board Members

Tom Dickhudt, Program Committee, Liaison to Blue Thumb: Planting for Clean Water, Plant of the Month 
Anne Eckhardt, Membership Chair
Elaine Larson, Secretary
Howard Markus, Treasurer and Landscape Revival Chair
Roger Miller, Program Chair and Historian
Kathy Widin, President, Program Committee

Committee Members

Lynne Markus, Wild for Monarchs Coordinator
Chase Davies, Program Committee

Volunteer Opportunities

Currently we’re inviting volunteers for:

  • Vice President
  • Outreach Chair
  • Social Media Assistant

Special thanks to recent board member Karen Richtman for her service to our chapter.

We acknowledge the loss of our friend, colleague, and board member, Nancy Hendrickson.