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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 twenty past Lunch and Learns.

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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 Vol 21(5) that was sent out September 8th.

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:

11/20 - No Lunch and Learn

11/27 - No Lunch and Learn

12/4 - Artificial Lighting at Night with Madelline Mathis

12/11 - DIY Historical Ecology Part 2 - Understanding the General Land Office Survey and Using LABINS

12/18 DIY Historical Ecology Part 3 - Putting It All Together - Land Cover Mapping

12/25 - No Lunch and Learn

1/15 Cogongrass Management with Brian Pelc

1/22 Kids in the Woods with Anna Clarke

3/5 People and Cabbage Palms with Jono Miller

3/12 10 Native "Weeds" for 19 Butterflies with Andee Nacaratto

6/4 Mangrove Migration with Karen Willey

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Chris Calder
News Posted 03-11-2020

New Grant Award

Announcing a new grant opportunity for the study of Florida's native plants and habitats, particularly studies that are typically not supported by traditional funding sources.  The Cornelia McNamara Grant is named in honor of a long-term member who passed away last year.  The Cornelia McNamara grant is made possible by a generous donation from Chris Calder, a Cuplet Fern member who wants to advance the knowledge of our native plant heritage.  Chris's donation will allow FNPS to award grants for four years, so there will be an annual request for proposals.  

The specific grant objectives are:

•         To advance the study of Florida’s native plant species and habitats 
•         To promote efforts that yield quantitative data and information about native plant species 
•         To encourage data collection that is typically unsupported and unfunded by traditional academic institutions and funders

We encourage FNPS members to submit proposals, and to thank Chris Calder for his generous support! 

The grant application is coming soon!  Check the Awards and Grants page


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