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Slide show photographs by Donna Bollenbach and Shirley Denton
Connections: Above and Below. What an all-encompassing theme! It implies links, associations, bonds, assemblies, and networks. But it also refers to the way things relate and interact. Our speakers are leading authorities on the connections between plants, landscapes, wildlife…Read Full Story >>
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On December 5, 2016, the Florida Wildlife Federation (FWF) and its allies were in court as to our lawsuit against the Florida Legislature for violating Amendment 1, the Water and Land Legacy Amendment passed in 2014 to increase conservation funding. Also in court were Plaintiffs for a similar case,…Read Full Story >>
FNPS is excited to announce we are ALMOST done with the comprehensive Regional Florida Native Landscape Brochures. This has been a long term, multi-year project of the Council of Chapters with thousands of hours put in by FNPS members. Now, we need YOU! We need help to fund the first printing…Read Full Story >>
An important way that FNPS works to protect our natural environment is through the promotion of good landscaping practices. We emphasize the use of natives to maintain habitats for native birds, insects, and other wildlife. We also encourage planting the “right plant” in the “right place.”…Read Full Story >>
Help Showcase the Beauty and Benefits of Florida’s Native Plants: apply for a 2017 FNPS Landscape Award. Categories: • Residential Single Family • Residential Multi-Family (including subdivisions) • Commercial (retail, office) • Industrial • Transportation (streetscapes, roadways,…Read Full Story >>
In Memoriam William “Bill” Moore PARTINGTON Jr. February 3, 1928 - October 14, 2016 Bill Partington was a founding member of the Florida Native Plant Society (Tarflower Chapter) and a champion for Florida’s natural environment. He was Director of FNPS from 1979-1985. During that time, membership grew…Read Full Story >>
The Florida Native Plant Society maintains an Endowment Research Grant program for the purpose of funding research on native plants. These are small grants ($1500 or less), awarded for a 1-year period, and intended to support research that forwards the mission of the Florida Native Plant Society…Read Full Story >>