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News Posted 11-12-2020

Florida Native License Plate

You can now support our mission by purchasing a Florida Native license plate.  As soon as 3,000 plates have been ordered, production will begin.  

You can order your plate by contacting your local Tax Collector's office.  You can find them by clicking here

The plate was designed by Florida artist Peter Agardy.  Learn more about Peter and his work here.

At the request of the family, you can honor George (and Joyce) with a gift to the FNPS Conservation Grants Fund.

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Don Gann

News Posted 22-12-2020

Don Gann, a Founding Father, Passes Away

George Donald (Don) Gann Sr., founding member of FNPS, passed away on December 11 in Redland, Florida. Don and his wife, Joyce, who died in February, helped establish FNPS and the Dade Chapter. They were co-recipients of FNPS Green Palmetto and Mentor Awards as well as the Dade Chapter’s Marjory…


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News Posted 17-12-2020

Please Donate to Support Native Plants

Please donate to support FNPS in 2021.

These are challenging times.  Let's make this holiday season a time when we give to conserve native plants and native plant habitats.

You can honor a friend.  You can give in memory of one who has gone.  Your generocity will be remembered.

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News Posted 14-09-2020

Friday Lunch and Learn Schedule

Members of the Florida Native Plant Society are able to attend our live Lunch and Learns every Friday at noon and access our archive of thirty-two past Lunch and Learns. We have one upcoming public Lunch and Learn scheduled for March 12th - Andee Naccarato’s 10 Native “Weeds” for 19 Butterflies.…

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