RNPP Member Directory

Welcome to the Rogue Native Plant Partnership Member Directory

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Non-profit Organizations  •  Private Businesses  •  Growers  •  Federal Government Agencies   State and Tribal Government Agencies  •  Educational Institutions

Photo of Afternoon Zephyr Farm
Website: Afternoon Zephyr Farm

Biographical Info

Garlic “seed”is the main product of Afternoon Zephyr Farm here in the Rogue River Valley of Southern Oregon. We raise the garlic for “seed”or planting purposes in small quantities, mainly for gardeners. Raising garlic in quantity is very labor intensive requiring careful handwork at several stages to produce a good product.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT:
    Role: To promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity.
Updated 2 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Althouse Nursery
Website: Althouse Nursery

Biographical Info

Althouse Nursery prides itself on growing quality one and two year old native tree and shrub seedlings that are ideal for out-planting, lining-out stock, watershed restoration projects or for upgrading into larger containers for the wholesale or retail nursery market.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: To promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity., Provide native trees and shrubs to landowners
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Photo of Applegate Partnership and Watershed Council

Biographical Info

The Applegate Partnership & Watershed Council is a community-based non-profit organization whose mission is “to promote ecosystem health across the Applegate watershed through stewardship, education and restoration carried out in partnership with landowners, agencies and other interested parties while contributing to local economic and community well-being.”

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Cooperate with the RNPP to produce and distribute plant materials.

 

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Photo of Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians

Biographical Info

Tribal organization, education about the importance of native plant biodiversity, maintain our connection to the land and our responsibility to care for the land, food security.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians.
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Forest Service, Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest

Biographical Info

Located in southwestern Oregon and extending into California, the Forest ranges from the crest of the Cascades Mountains, west into the Siskiyou Mountains, and nearly to the Pacific Ocean. The Forest covers almost 1.8 million acres; portions of the Applegate and Illinois River drainage’s extend into northern California. The Rogue River drains over 75 percent of the Forest’s land area.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the USDA Forest Service. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity.
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.
Plant nursery and private landowner

Biographical Info

Hobby nursery transition to small commercial nursery.

Updated 7 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Illinois Valley Soil & Water Conservation District

Biographical Info

Local leader in efforts to conserve, restore, and enhance natural resources for the environmental and social benefit of the Illinois Valley.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Plant sale partnership and supporting other events in the Illinois Valley
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of J. Herbert Stone Nursery – U.S. Forest Service

Biographical Info

Producer of Native Plant Materials for governmental agencies in the Pacific Northwest.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: To allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the USDA Forest Service. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity.
Updated 2 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Jackson Soil and Water Conservation District

Biographical Info

Provide landowners with technical assistance, project planning, education, and financial assistance to conserve natural resources in Jackson County.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by Jackson Soil and Water Conservation District. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by Jackson Soil and Water Conservation District.
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.
Retired Nursery Specialist

Biographical Info

Creating habitat for pollinators, especially monarch butterflies

Updated 7 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Lomakatsi Restoration Project
Website: Lomakatsi Restoration Project

Biographical Info

Lomakatsi provides expertise and capacity in project development, planning, management, fine-scale ecological treatment design, monitoring, and implementation for ecosystem restoration projects. We integrate restoration practice with science delivery, education and workforce training. Lomakatsi coordinates closely with multiple funding partners and manages a diverse workforce in complex social settings supported by critical community outreach.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands we manage. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands we manage.
Updated 2 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Long Shadow Fields

Biographical Info

Long Shadow Fields is a 4-acre seed and flower farm in Talent with horse pasture and gardens.

  • MOU PARITICPANT
    Role: To promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity., Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands you manage.
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Photo of Medford Water Commission

Biographical Info

The Medford Water Commission operates and maintains the water system that delivers high-quality drinking water to around 136,000 Rogue Valley residents. The Commission is an autonomous agency of the City of Medford, Oregon, established through a change in the city charter on Nov. 7, 1922. The utility is governed by the Board of Water CommissionersThe board appoints the General Manager, who is authorized to direct the operations of the utility.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Medford Water Commission. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Medford Water Commission.
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Oregon Parks and Recreation Dept.
Website: Oregon Parks & Recreation

Biographical Info

The mission of the Parks and Recreation Department is to provide and protect outstanding natural, scenic, cultural, historic and recreational sites for the enjoyment and education of present and future generations.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Oregon State Parks and Recreation Department.
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Photo of OSU Extension Land Stewards

Biographical Info

This award winning, eleven week training helps rural landowners learn how to better utilize and take care of their land through weekly field visits, presentations from natural resource professionals, and the creation of a personalized management plan. The multi-disciplinary course provides training on topics such as wildfire risk reduction, woodland and forest management, encouraging (and controlling) wildlife, stream ecology, pasture management, soils and organic waste, small acreage systems and infrastructure, economics and enterprise on your land, stewardship planning and much more.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Oregon State University SOREC Land Stewards. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Oregon State University SOREC Land Stewards.
Updated 2 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of OSU Master Gardener Program – Jackson County

Biographical Info

The Oregon State University Master Gardener™ Program is an Oregon State University (OSU) Extension Service program that educates Oregonians about the art and science of growing and caring for plants. This program also facilitates the training of a highly educated corp of volunteers. These volunteers extend sustainable gardening information to their communities through education and outreach programs.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Oregon State University Master Gardener Program, Jackson County. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Oregon State University Master Gardener Program.
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Pacific Slope Consulting, LLC

Biographical Info

  • MOU Participant:
    Role: To allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands you manage., Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity., Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands you manage.
Updated 2 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Ridgeline Meadows Farm

Biographical Info

Cultivating bio-regionally adapted seed and perennial stock of native and rare food plants. Whole system restoration from ridgeline to riparian.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands
    managed by Ridgeline Meadows Farm. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by Ridgeline Meadows Farm.
Updated 2 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Rogue Basin Partnership
Website: Rogue Basin Partnership

Biographical Info

Rogue Basin Partnership (RBP) aims to empower integrated landscape-scale restoration across the ecologically unique 3.3 million acre Rogue River Basin.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Serve as a fiscal Agent.
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.

Biographical Info

  • MOU Participant:
    To allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands you manage.
Updated 2 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Selberg Institute & Anna Mae Ross
Website: Selberg Institute

Biographical Info

The Selberg Institute was founded in January 2015 in honor of Charles A. Selberg, a great teacher, mentor, artist, fencing master, and environmentalist.

Our mission is to help conserve the unique ecosystems of the greater Cascade-Siskiyou landscape for the benefit of all, through land stewardship, advocacy, education, and scientific research. To fulfill those objectives, we will independently initiate, as well as support ongoing efforts in, scientific research, public awareness, community engagement, land acquisition and stewardship. We do this in order to promote and restore the extraordinarily diverse, yet sensitive, and increasingly threatened, ecosystems within the greater Klamath-Siskiyou and Southern Cascade Region.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Selberg Institute & Anna Mae Ross. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Selberg Institute & Anna Mae Ross.
Updated 2 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Silver Springs Nursery

Biographical Info

A wholesale propagation nursery producing plugs of native species, we specialize in liner production of Mahonia as well as Arctostaphylos and Gaultheria species. Full line of container-grown native species for restoration projects including riparian and pollinator habitat enhancement.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: To promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity.
Updated 2 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Siskiyou Alpaca
Website: Siskiyou Alpaca

Biographical Info

Our farm models sustainable agriculture by integrating small livestock, alpacas, into production of food, fiber and medicine.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity.
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Siskiyou BioSurvey LLC
Website: Siskiyou BioSurvey

Biographical Info

Siskiyou BioSurvey’s mission is to provide sound ecological and botanical expertise to support the conservation and restoration of natural resources, important habitats, and rare species.

Since 1988, Siskiyou BioSurvey staff has provided a variety of ecological consulting services to government agencies, municipalities, industry, and landowners. We bring a deep understanding of ecological systems and a wealth of experience to every job we do.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Partner in native seed collecting activities, landscape restoration design and implementation.
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Southern Oregon Land Conservancy

Biographical Info

Our work is complex, but our mission is simple: to protect and enhance precious land in the Rogue River region to benefit our human and natural communities.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands we manage. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands we manage.

 

Updated 2 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Southern Oregon Seed Growers Association

Biographical Info

SOSGA is a nonprofit association of Southern Oregon seed growers, and interested farmers and home gardeners.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Southern Oregon Seed Growers Association.
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of The Bureau of Land Management

Biographical Info

The Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument is situated at the crossroads of the Cascade, Klamath, and Siskiyou mountain ranges, and represents an outstanding ecological wonderland. This convergence of three geologically distinct mountain ranges has resulted in an area with unparalleled biological diversity and a tremendously varied landscape. The Monument was established in 2000 in recognition of its remarkable ecology and to protect its diverse range of biological, geological, aquatic, archeological, and historic resources.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management, Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management, Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument.
Updated 2 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of The Freshwater Trust

Biographical Info

The mission of The Freshwater Trust is to preserve and restore freshwater ecosystems.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Cooperate with RNPP to produce and distribute plant materials.
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of The Nature Conservancy in Oregon

Biographical Info

The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters upon which all life depends, and for nearly 60 years, we’ve been working in Oregon to do just that. We’re bringing people together to solve the biggest conservation challenges of our time by transforming policy, inspiring communities to take action, protecting vital habitats and natural resources and improving livelihoods.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by The Nature Conservancy in Oregon. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by The Nature Conservancy in Oregon.
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of The Understory Initiative

Biographical Info

The Understory Initiative aims to build a collaborative native seed farm while facilitating partnerships for the planning and implementation of restoration actions in herbaceous plant communities.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Provide capacity building and grant-writing services.
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Tikkun Olam Research and Teaching Farm

Biographical Info

Tikkun Olam Farm Sanctuary exists to create a healing community based on compassion toward humans, animals, and the earth itself. Our mission is nothing short of repairing the world.

  • MOU Participant:
    Role: To allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands you manage., Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity., Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands you manage., Propigate and research pollinator and riparian restoration species
Updated 2 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Biographical Info

Working with you to conserve the natural resources of Oregon.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Serve on steering committee. Provide funding case-by-case and permitted as necessary through the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program.
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Photo of Vesper Meadow Restoration and Education
Website: Vesper Meadow

Biographical Info

Inspiring a culture of land stewardship and nature connection. We are strengthening local networks through community engagement in science, restoration, wild food cultivation, and nature-inspired art.

  • MOU PARTICIPANT
    Role: Allow for seed/plant collection case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by Vesper Meadow Restoration and Education. Promote and utilize RNPP resources and serve in an advisory capacity. Host RNPP events case-by-case and permitted as necessary on lands managed by Vesper Meadow Restoration and Education.
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.