The 29th Annual Sara Ott Memorial Golf Classic

Friday, September 9 at Wintergreen Resort

Your Registration Includes

Gourmet bag lunch  Prizes  Favors  Greens and cart fees  Practice balls  Raffle tickets Mulligans  Drinks on the course  Closest to the pin & hole in one contests  SVOE $1,000,000 shoot-out  Win a car or cash with hole in one opportunity on all Par 3s

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Native Plant Sale Dates & Ordering Information

Spring is here and it is time to get your native plants for you garden! The following dates, our knowledgeable native plant committee members will be at the Greenhouse for the sale and for advice.
  • Saturday, April 30: 9am-2pm
  • Saturday, May 14: 9am-2pm
  • Saturday, May 28: 9am-2pm
  • Saturday, September 3: 9am-2pm
  • Saturday, October 1: 9am-2pm

You can also order plants by email ahead of time to pick up or stop in and shop Thursdays and Fridays starting April 20th from 9:30am – 1:30pm at the Greenhouse.

Plants will also be on sale during our annual Spring Wildflower Symposium on Saturday, May 14 from 9am to 2pm at the Greenhouse.

The greenhouse is located at 725 Beech Grove Road, Roseland, VA 22967 (one half-mile west of The Ski Barn on Beech Grove Road – Route 664).

Wintergreen is a Bear Smart Community

The primary rules are simple and clear:
No bird feeding from April 1 to December 1, never leave food or garbage outdoors, be aware that open doors and windows risk getting a bear inside, and lock all car doors because bears can and do open vehicle doors.
Wintergreen’s black bears are out and about. Learn more about these amazing animals and how to keep them wild.
Also, check out Matt Overstreet’s presentation on Virginia’s rising American black bear population and the website BearWise.

Learn about our vision for the future of The Nature Foundation at Wintergreen – Join Us

What's New at The Nature Foundation

Keep looking up! The Charlottesville Astronomical Society’s Steve Layman and Kathie Driscoll of The Nature Foundation share Astronomical Tidbits for the month of August. Website references: For citizen science:,
The Nature Foundation has been recognized by the Virginia Association of Science Teachers. Learn more. Document pages: 20-21.
Summer events. Our July-September Calendar of Events is now available. To view and or register for an event, click “Events & Event Registration” in the main menu at the top of the page.
Do you shop on Amazon? Did you know you can help The Nature Foundation earn money from the purchases you make? It doesn’t cost you a thing, but it’s a huge help to us. Learn more.
Trail closure. The Pedlars Edge Trail will be closed from April 1 to October 1 due to electrical repairs being done along the power line section of the trail. It will be re-opened as soon as the work is complete.
The Library is Open. We’re excited to have the WPOA free lending library open in Trillium House. There are already a number of great books on the shelves. Learn more.
Exciting news from the Endowment Campaign. With your support, The Nature Foundation’s Endowment 2025 Campaign achieved a significant milestone by raising half a million dollars before October 2021 to secure the generous Smyth Foundation’s Challenge Grant. We met our first milestone with a total of $1.5 million! Thank you for your wonderful contributions to TNFW Endowment 2025. Here is a short video to convey our gratitude.
Living with Nature at Wintergreen. Join a Foundation Naturalist on Saturday morning for a moderate to strenuous interpretive hike and explore Wintergreen’s natural environment! TNFW members hike free! Visit our Event Registration page to sign up.
Trail map. A detailed map of all of the trails within Wintergreen, maintained by TNFW, is available at Trillium House and the front desk of Wintergreen Resort’s Mountain Inn.

Our programs are open to anyone who wishes to take part and enjoy nature.

Support The Nature Foundation today and experience our member benefits.

Go outside & play

Our trail system covers an assortment of terrain throughout its 35 miles. There are both rugged, steep slopes as well as beautiful, short strolls most anyone can enjoy.

Grow native plants

Preserving while enhancing the natural beauty of the land is a goal of those who garden using native plants. The Nature Foundation is a leader in making it easier and fun.


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