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 twenty 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 Vol 21(5) that was sent out September 8th.
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Upcoming Lunch and Learns:
10/23 Vascular Plant Extinction With Wesley Knapp
10/30 Lake Apopka's Little Italy - Sandhill Restoration with Rosi Mulholland
11/6 Beautyberry Research Update with Pamela Soltis, Doug Soltis, Grant Godden, and Allie Bordini
11/13 DIY Historical Ecology Part 2 - Georeferencing with Valerie Anderson
11/20 Artificial Lighting at Night and Plants with Madelline Mathis
12/4 DIY Historical Ecology Part 3 - Understanding the General Land Office Survey and Using LABINS
12/18 DIY Historical Ecology Part 4 - Putting It All Together - Land Cover Mapping
1/8 Cogongrass Management with Brian Pelc
1/15 Mangrove Migration with Karen Willey
1/22 Kids in the Woods with Anna Clarke
3/5 People and Cabbage Palms with Jono Miller
3/12 Wildflowers Gone Viral with Andee NacarattoEmail Contact
News Posted 24-08-2020
Welcome to our new FNPS website.
Check out the plants. We've updated the way the pages link together and given you some improved search capabilities, especially for locations. We are still doing some updates, but we hope you like where this is heading.
Check out the What We Do sections. Juliet has been adding text and projects that you will want to know about.
All of your favorites are still here. The menu is deliberately very similar. The news, blog, and any action alerts are in the menu under "news"
Check out the Join/Support tab. FNPS has two new "stores" where you can buy FNPS items including t-shirts, a mask, plant posters, and artwork.
If something breaks or has wrong information, please let us know. We broke the old salt ftolerance field under plants into a salt water inundation and a salty spray field -- we would appreciate your personal observatons and we know we likely have some accidents here. Let us know.
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Photo: Chuck’s “selfie” on a tripod 1986, Long Pine Key, Everglades National Park, Giant Bromeliad, Tillandsia utriculata
News Posted 31-12-1969
Chuck McCartney passed away on Sunday, October 11. He was a fourth-generation South Floridian and life-long orchid enthusiast. Through his longtime membership in the Florida Native Plant Society in the Dade and Broward chapters, he also become interested in Florida’s wildflowers. Chuck earned…Email Contact
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