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Passed by the membership at the annual meeting. The FNPS Board of Directors is proposing to ask the members for a change to the By Laws at the 2015 Annual Meeting. This change is intended to facilitate officer continuity by adding the position of President Elect as a one year term, after which…Read Full Story >>
Did you take photos at the Conference?
If yes, please share them.
1. A small number of photos that will be useful for the Palmetto and/or website and/or social media - Pease send to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Lots of photos potentially useful for the Palmetto, website and/or social media. Please send an email to email@example.com and we will send you a login for our FNPS Flickr account -- that will let you upload them at reasonably high resolution
3. Not sure? Upload them to our FNPS facebook page.
The links to view our Facebook and Flickr sites can be found in the yellow box in the right hand column.
You do not need to be a professional photographer! It is good memories that we seek to share and document
The Oakland Nature Preserve received a 2015 Conservation Grant. It has not taken them long to act on it! The grant allowed them to hire a contractor to safely conduct a prescribed burn at a sandhill community. The newly burned site will become a recipient-site for three plant…Read Full Story >>
We have a new version of our logo—it was approved by the FNPS Board of Directors and we will be gradually changing FNPS materials to use it. We love the logo—it is modern and colorful. Many thanks to Marjorie Shropshire for her excellent graphics work. But the new colors clash with our…Read Full Story >>
|The group gathers to discuss the creation of this native landscape, just beyond the rain garden of bluestem palmetto, senecio, blue eyed grass, loblolly bay and other native plants that fills a natural depression on the property.|
|Field trip participants admire one of the largest sweetbays |
in the state at Eleanor Dietrich's.
|We gather at the the bird-window to watch birds up close among the native plants in the backyard at the Legare/Walthall residence.|