Who We Are

Wild Ones: Native Plants, Natural Landscapes

We strive to promote environmentally sound landscaping practices to preserve biodiversity through the preservation, restoration and establishment of native plant communities.

Hairy Phlox with Juniper Hairstreak
Hairy Phlox (Phlox amoena)
Juniper Hairstreak (Callophrys gryneus)

Our Wild Ones chapter is dedicated to educating and advocating for biodiversity in the Georgia Piedmont.  As a new chapter, we’re excited to offer plant sales, forest walks and events throughout the year that teach sustainable landscaping practices using plants that are native to our region.  We invite you to attend our programs and to become a member! Check out our events page for information on upcoming events

Georgia Piedmont Region

Where is the Georgia Piedmont?

According to the Georgia Encyclopedia, the Georgia Piedmont lies between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Upper Coastal Plain. It is part of a larger area called the southern Piedmont, which is located in the southeastern and mid-Atlantic regions of the United States and is about 870 miles long and 60 to 190 miles wide.

Georgia piedmont counties

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Chapter Council

President – Brian Romm

Vice President and Secretary – Lindsey Roper

Tanner Biggers – Membership Chair

Treasurer and Webmaster – Suzy Nicksic