Site Visits Info

Would you like ideas on how to incorporate Arkansas native plants into your garden and around your home?  Do you need help identifying invasives?  Are you interested in pollinator or rain gardens but don’t know where to start?

Volunteer members of the Wild Ones Ozark Chapter offer free, one-time site visits to help with these home landscaping issues. The purpose of a site visit is to offer guidance, resources, and encouragement in the establishment of native plant communities. We do not provide landscape design services so as not to compete with valued professionals.

When you request a site visit, one of our members will contact you by email within a week to arrange a future appointment.  We serve the Northwest Arkansas metropolitan area from Bella Vista to West Fork.  Visits are scheduled based on availability of volunteers.


Please note we focus exclusively on home and garden landscaping.  For natural resource issues such as forest management, rural acreage conservation practices, or water quality and erosion problems, you may seek assistance from non-profits and agencies such as Beaver Watershed Alliance, Illinois River Watershed Partnership, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, Arkansas Division of Forestry, University of Arkansas Extension Service, or Natural Resources Conservation Service.

You can also reference resources and information in our Journal and in the Learn and Buy Native Plants sections of our website.