Original conference artwork by Linda Duever


Conference Registration is OPEN !

Posted March 21, 2017

Check out the conference info and register NOW!

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The Latest From The Blog

Posted March 15, 2017
Added by Donna Bollenbach
Reasons to Register for the FNPS Conference 
Submitted by Donna Bollenbach
There is Nothing Like the Florida Native Plant Society  Annual Conference. Read why, and many of the reasons you should register for this year's event.  If you’re undecided, I'm going to try to persuade you! Consider this a sneak preview of what’s in store for you….

Why Sponsor the FNPS Conference?

Posted March 11, 2017
Added by Donna Bollenbach
It is almost time for the 37th annual FNPS conference! You may have been asked to be a sponsor of the conference, but why? What are the benefits for the sponsor?
Submitted by Andy Taylor, FNPS Development Director

Fox 13 Features Consumer Alert For Native Milkweed

Posted March 21, 2017

Fox 13 in Tthe Tampa Bay area recently featured a Consumer Alert informing people to make sure they buy the correct, native milkweed to help support monarchs.  FNPS members Scott Davis, Louie Castillo and Bruce Turley of Wilcox Nursery are interviewed. Want to learn more about monarchs and native…

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Florida Wildlife Federation Chooses FNPS as Conservation Organization of the Year!

Posted February 21, 2017
Added by Shirley Denton for Catherine Bowman

The Federation chose FNPS because of the conservation work conducted by the organization year after year.  

Award Announcement

If you would like to attend the award banquet, tickets can be purchased from the Florida Wildlife Federation.  Banquet information and accommodations information can be found in their newsletter at http://www.fwfonline.org/Newsletters/2016/FFWN_30_2.pdf.  Check out the native plant and bee articles in the same newsletter!

FNPS thanks the Florida Wildlife Federation for  giving us this prestigeous honor!

2017 Annual Conference Speakers

Posted December 28, 2016
Added by Juliet Rynear

Connections:  Above and Below.    What an all-encompassing theme! It implies links, associations, bonds, assemblies, and networks. But it also refers to the way things relate and interact. Our speakers are leading authorities on the connections between plants, landscapes, wildlife and people. 

Click here for a sneak peek at some of our speakers for 2017.