News Posted 02-09-2021
The Florida Native Plant Society (FNPS) seeks an energetic Executive Director to lead our non-profit membership-based organization of over 5000 members statewide. Founded in 1980, FNPS has over 35 chapters and more than 5,000 members. Our membership is passionate about and dedicated to promoting the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida. We're a vibrant, diverse, and fun organization. Join us!
News Posted 10-05-2021
Show your support for FNPS by buying a voucher for our license plate.
The mission of the Florida Native Plant Society is to promote the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida.
Your financial support helps fund:
- Support for conservation land acquisition
- Participation in land management that enhances habitat suitability for native plants, wildlife, and benefitial insects.
- Education about our native species and landscapes
- Public policies that protect our native flora, especially rare species
- Supporting legislation to protect our natural lands and native plants.
- Research on native plant species
- Encouragement of local landscaping practices and policies that preserve Florida's native plant heritage
- Information about native plants and native plant communities, and how we can help protect our natural resources and wildlife in urban environments.
FNPS is a member-driven non-profit organization. We rely upon our members and other generous donors.
You can pre-order your license plate voucher in one of two ways:
Contact your local tax collector’s office; or
Click on the link below, and you can order a voucher for yourself or a friend. It will be delivered by the Escambia County tax collector's office.
News Posted 14-09-2020
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 fifty three past Lunch and Learns.
How to Watch
The links to both past and upcoming Lunch and Learns are in your email inbox in our Monday Lunch and Learn update email and in the Sabal minor.
Not a member of FNPS? Join today and send us an email to get the link - use the email link below this news item.
Upcoming Lunch and Learns:
9/24 Yard Tour - 2021 Residential Landscape Award of Merit - Pamela Adams
10/29 The Dicerandras of Florida with Andre Naranjo
1/14/22 The Caterpillar Connection with Deborah Green
Public Lunch and Learn Archive
Juliet Rynear's Companion Planting with Native Plants
Karina Veaudry's Native Landscape Design Series
Martha Pessaro's Save the Bromeliads Conservation Program
Marjorie Shropshire's Learn About Living Shorelines
Patti Anderson, PhD's Wicked Plants
Andee Naccarato's 10 Native "Weeds" for 20 Butterflies
Edwin Bridges' The Ecological Flora of Florida
Kevan McClelland's The Bluecurls of Florida - the Genus Trichostema
Lilly Anderson-Messec and Ashlynn Smith's The TorreyaKeepers Program
Dr. Patti Anderson's Some Like It HOT —Hot spots of endangered plant species in Florida
Scott Ward's The Sedges of Florida
Jennifer Elliott's Prescribed Fire at the University of Central Florida Arboretum
Kirsten Sharp-Ortega's DIY Pollinator Garden in a Pot
Lilly Anderson-Messec's Florida’s Carnivorous Plants
Eugene Kelly's Action Lunch and Learn - It's time to free the Ocklawaha RiverEmail Contact
News Posted 17-06-2021
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 forty-two past Lunch and Learns. How to Watch FNPS After Hours are broadcast on our YouTube Channel and can be found on this playlist. Upcoming FNPS After…Email Contact
News Posted 06-06-2021
The Florida Wildflower Foundation (FWF) and Florida Native Plant Society (FNPS) formalized their longtime partnership by signing an agreement on June 6 to work in tandem for the good of native, natural Florida. The organizations will continue to pursue their own goals while collaborating on projects…
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