Institutional Supporters

The organizations on this list support the promotion of native plants, and may be botanical institutions, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, or communities.

 

Bellefontaine Cemetery & Arboretum

St. Louis, MO

Phone: (636) 928-5991

Email: kcheesborough@bellefontainecemetery.org

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Community


City of Springfield Department of Environmental Services

Springfield, MO

Phone: (417) 864-1996

Email: CLamb@springfieldmo.gov

Provider:
Education: Seminars/Workshops/Presentations, Demonstration Gardens/Restoration Sites, Publications

Institutional Supporter: Community

Primary Purpose: The City of Springfield is committed to sustainable practices and policies striking a balance among protecting the natural resources of our region, ensuring our economic vitality and lifting the burden of poverty and neglect from present and future generations.


Gateway Greening

St. Louis, MO

Phone: (314) 588-9600

Email: mschindler@gatewaygreening.org

Provider:
Education: Demonstration Gardens/Restoration Sites

Institutional Supporter: Non-profit organization

Primary Purpose: Gateway Greening is a non-profit with a mission to educate and empower people to strengthen their communities through gardening and urban agriculture.


Great Rivers Greenway

St. Louis, MO

Phone: (314) 497-5033

Email: tschweiss@grgstl.org

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-profit organization, Community

Primary Purpose: Great Rivers Greenway makes the St. Louis region a more vibrant place to live, work and play by developing a network of greenways to connect people to their rivers, parks and communities.


Kansas City Native Plant Initiative

Kansas City, MO

Phone: (913) 362-5406

Email: kcnpi@kcnpi.org

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-profit Organization

Education: Seminars/Workshops/Presentations, Demonstration Gardens/Restoration Sites, Publications

Primary Purpose: Vision: A future of beautiful, native landscapes connecting heartland communities where nature and people thrive together. KCNPI’s catalytic facilitation brings partners together to accomplish more.


Missouri Native Seed Association

Jefferson City, MO

Phone: (573) 338-9453

Email: mowldflrs@socket.net

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-Profit Organization

Primary Purpose: The Missouri Native Seed Association is an organization of Missouri native seed producers and native seed collectors, state and federal government agencies, and other partners. The organizers strive to create fair and prosperous marketing opportunities for Missouri native seed producers and collectors.


Missourians for Monarchs–Naturalists & Gardeners

Chesterfield, MO

Phone: (314) 496-5332

Email: 1941rmlee@gmail.com

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-Profit Organization

Primary Purpose: Missourians for Monarchs–Naturalists & Gardeners works with Missouri-based organizations and individuals to develop, maintain and protect native habitats for monarchs and pollinators.


Mizzou Botanic Garden

Columbia, MO

Phone: (573) 882-4240

Email: millierr@missouri.edu

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Botanical Institution, Educational Institution

Education: Seminars/Workshops/Presentations, Demonstration Gardens/Restoration Sites, Publications

Primary Purpose: Botanical institution that displays, maintains, and identifies living plant specimens.


Monarch Watch

Lawrence, KS

Phone: (785) 864-4441

Email: monarch@ku.edu

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-profit Organization, Educational Institution


The Nature Conservancy of Arkansas

Fayetteville, AR

Phone: (916) 212-4024

Email: charles.mccoy@tnc.org

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-profit Organization

Education: Demonstration Gardens/Restoration Sites

Primary Purpose: The Nature Conservancy’s mission is to protect the lands and waters on which all life depends.


The Nature Conservancy of Missouri

St. Louis

Phone: (314) 968-1105

Email: missouri@tnc.org

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-profit Organization

Primary Purpose: The Nature Conservancy is a global conservation organization dedicated to conserving the lands and waters on which all life depends. We use a collaborative approach that engages local communities, governments, the private sector, and other partners. Together with our members and conservation partners, The Nature Conservancy of Missouri has protected more than 150,000 acres of critical lands in Missouri since 1956.


Powell Gardens

Kingsville, MO

Phone: (816) 697-2600

Email: info@powellgardens.org

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Botanical Institution

Education: Seminars/Workshops/Presentations, Demonstration Gardens/Restoration Sites, Publications

Primary Purpose: Botanical institution that displays, maintains, and identifies living plant specimens.


Saint Louis Zoo

St. Louis, MO

Phone: (314) 646-4706

Email: spevak@stlzoo.org

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-profit Organization

Education: Seminars/Workshops/Presentations

Primary Purpose: The Saint Louis Zoo through the WildCare Institute for Native Pollinator Conservation focuses on the importance and diversity of pollinators, for the maintenance and survival of wildlife, ecosystems and agriculture. Its goals are: 1) Educating people about the importance and diversity of pollinators, 2) Developing and supporting collaborations for pollinator conservation and research, 3) Advancing understanding and appreciation of pollinators.


Sierra Club–Three Rivers Project

Alton, IL

Phone: (618) 462-6802

Email: virginia.woulfe-beile@sierraclub.org

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-profit Organization

Education: Seminars/Workshops/Presentations; Demonstration gardens/restoration sites; Publications


St. Louis Audubon

St. Louis, MO

Phone: (314) 599-7390

Email: mitch@stlouisaudubon.org

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-profit Organization

Wildlife Habitat and Ecological Services: Landscape/Habitat Planning, Plant Identification and Inventory

Education: Seminars/Workshops/Presentations


St. Louis County Parks & Recreation

St. Louis, MO

Phone: (314) 822-9095

Email: dwolter@stlouisco.com

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-profit Organization, Community

Education: Seminars/Workshops/Presentations, Demonstration Gardens/Restoration Sites, Publications

Services:
Forest Management

Wildlife Habitat & Ecological Services: Landscape/Habitat Planning, Landscape/Habitat Design, Landscape/Habitat Maintenance, Plant Identification & Inventory

Primary Purpose: County Parks and Recreation that displays, maintains, and identifies living plant specimens.


US Fish & Wildlife Services

Columbia, MO

Phone: (573) 234-2132

Email: rachel_crofts@fws.gov

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-profit organization


Wild Bird Rehabilitation

Overland, MO

Phone: (314) 426-6400

Email: wildbirdrehab@gmail.org

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-profit Organization

Primary Purpose: Wild Bird Rehabilitation’s mission is to ensure the survival of wild native songbirds through professional medical care and education regarding their value and needs.

Wild Bird Rehabilitation is a nonprofit hospital for native songbirds. We are federally licensed and hold permits through the Missouri Conservation Department for the care and treatment of migratory and native songbirds. We promote native plants through our educational program.


Wild Ones St. Louis

St. Louis, MO

Phone: (314) 303-8309

Email: gramg63@gmail.com

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-profit Organization


World Bird Sanctuary

Valley Park, MO

Phone: (203) 770-6566

Email: dgriffard@worldbirdsanctuary.org

Provider:
Institutional Supporter: Non-profit Organization, Educational Institution

Education: Demonstration Gardens/Restoration Sites

Services:
Wildlife Habitat & Ecological Services: Landscape/Habitat Planning, Landscape/Habitat Maintenance

Primary Purpose: World Bird Sanctuary preserves, protects and inspires to safeguard bird species in the global community for future generations.

 

 

The Missouri Prairie Foundation and the Grow Native! program provide this list of suppliers of native plant products and services as a convenience to gardeners, landowners, and landscape enthusiasts. It is the responsibility of the consumer to check the references of, negotiate fees with, and make all arrangements with those listed in this Resource Guide. The Missouri Prairie Foundation and the Grow Native! program accept no responsibility for products and services rendered