Partner Organizations

Working Together - Shared Values

Hairy and sandy ragwort on Glassy Mountain, Pickens County. Credit: Doug Lockard

The protection and restoration of the biodiversity in South Carolina’s habitats begins with the native plants so essential to them. Educating our communities about these plants, their importance, and benefits, is central to our mission at the South Carolina Native Plant Society.

In this most worthwhile mission, there are many worthwhile organizations who, each in their own way, share these core values and goals. Our Partners.

Here are some of the areas where the interests of the SCNPS and the work of our volunteers overlap:

Meet Our Partners

We appreciate these organizations with shared goals and pledge to collaborate where we can by furthering our knowledge and sharing expertise of the native plants in our ecosystems.