MDV Naturalist

Plants native to the Niagara River region and western New York can be viewed HERE.
Additonal information about Niagara's native plants is HERE.
A list of New York State plants is HERE.
Information about NYS invasive species is HERE.
Ecological Design with Native Plants can be read HERE

Information about Old Growth Forests is located HERE. The Niagara River Region has two: DeVeaux Woods State Park and the wizened cedars in the Niagara River gorge.


FAQ's are HERE.
Our favorite books about native plants are HERE.
Educational and Environmental short films to view are HERE.
Information about Parks and Open Space is HERE.
NYS Natural Heritage Program's rich biodivsity plant list is HERE.
How To Build A Rain Barrel and rain garden infomation can be found HERE and  HERE.

How to grow an oak from seed is HERE

Field Check List - Birds can be read HERE.

Information about pollinators and insects is linked HERE and  HERE

Emerald Ash Borer power point presentation is HERE.

Maps of the region include:
Niagara River Greenway Boundary Area HERE
An ariel view of the Niagara River Region HERE
Niagara National Heritage Area HERE
Niagara Gorge Waterfalls HERE
Ancient Cedars - Scroll down there are two maps  HERE

NYS Eco-regions Level 3 HERE
USDA Hardiness Zone HERE and  HERE 
NYS Great Lakes Basin HERE
NYS Bird Conservation Areas HERE

The economic value of open space preservation in NYS, Niagara Falls, and where you live can be read HERE

Wild Ones Niagara website updates and the current Wild Ones Niagara project, Regional Economic Growth Through Ecological Restoration of the Niagara Gore Rim, can be read HERE

Organizations Wild Ones belongs to can be viewed HERE.

Please consider joining Wild Ones Niagara. If you would like to join or support Wild Ones Niagara, you can become a member or make a donation HERE. Membership includes an annual membereship, a one year, print subscription to The Journal ( 6 issues) plus membership in the national organization, Wild Ones Native Plants, Natural Landscapes. Your charitable donation is fully deductible.

If you prefer, you can mail your request to:
Wild Ones Niagara
PO Box 2827  1605-1607 Main Street
Niagara Falls, NY 14305
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