Conservation of Rare Plants and Native Habitats
FNPS focuses on conservation including the preservation and restoration of rare plants and their habitats.
FNPS has a seat on this council which is responsible for developing the list of rare plant species listed as Endangered, Threatened, or of Special Concern by the State of Florida
For many years, FNPS has supported state and local acquisition of conservation lands. We operate at both the state and local level to support public acquisition and appropriate management of lands that protect intact ecosystems, native flora, and wildlife. At the state level, FNPS was a participant…Read More >>
FNPS annually provides grants for conservation projects leading to the conservation of Florida native plants and preservation or enhancement of their habitats. These grants are funded through our general membership fees, and from targeted donations from individuals, chapters, and organizations. Beginning in 2013, the focus of these awards is on Florida's endangered, threatened, and rare species and their habitats.