Members of our local chapters include beginners and experts alike, but are all united in their interest in learning about and preserving Florida's native plants. Each chapter is unique and offers a local flavor, but most of them:. Click on the icons in the map below to find the chapter nearest you and get information on its schedule and meeting location.
Meetings occasionally get rescheduled. the Broward County Chapter.
State Rd. the Citrus Chapter. Crystal Oaks Dr. the Coccoloba Chapter. Meeting Schedule: 3rd Thursday of each month except May and December.
Additional Info: Please see the chapter website for meeting times and locations. the Conradina Chapter.
Meeting Schedule: Second Monday of the month. All Chapter meetings are held from - pm.
No meetings are held in June, July, or August. the Council of Chapters Chapter. Additional Info: The council of chapter representatives meets periodically at various locations. Check the Events calendar for info. the Cuplet Fern Chapter.
Meeting Schedule: The second Monday typically, but not always in the month, pm. County Home Road Sanford the Dade Chapter. the Eugenia Chapter. the Heartland Chapter. the Hernando Chapter.
At each meeting we discuss native plants and native plant ecosystems. Subjects range from hummingbird gardening to black bear habitats. Each meeting has delicious snacks, and friendly company, a native plant raffle, and an information table. Our meetings are open to the public so pleaseand mark your calendar for the months to come!
the Ixia Chapter. Mailing Address: Contact Cate Hurlbut via e-mail to arrange for any postal mailings to the chapter. Meetings are open to the general public and all are welcome to attend. Watch this site for updates. the Lake Beautyberry Chapter.
the Longleaf Pine Chapter.
Additional Info: Click " directions " for reaching our meeting site. We bring in speakers to our monthly meetings to educate and amuse. We take field trips to get introduced to new areas. All of these events will be posted on this website, so check in periodically. us to learn and to socialize with others interested in Florida Native Plants. the Magnolia Chapter.
Meeting Schedule: 1st Thursday of each month. Come to socialize atchapter meeting atand program at PM. The Magonlia Chapter does not meet in the summer months, June-August. the Mangrove Chapter.
Meeting Schedule: 2nd Tuesday of the month from October thru May with field trips year round at pm. the Marion Big Scrub Chapter.
the Martin County Chapter. Additional Info: us as we bring our appreciation of Florida's native plants and native plant communities to the attention of our neighbors.
the Naples Chapter. the Nature Coast Chapter. We meet in the rear meeting room with a direct entrance on the south side of the center. We look forward to making new friends and hope many of you who have come to our recent fall and spring plant sales will us!
the Palm Beach County Chapter. the Passionflower Chapter.
Meeting Schedule: 1st Wednesday business or program meeting and 2nd Saturday program meeting or field trip. the Pawpaw Chapter. Box Holly Hill, FL the Paynes Prairie Chapter. Box St. Cloud, FL The address is W. Carroll St. Kissimmee, FL the Pinellas Chapter.
Additional Info: Monthly field trips are usually but not always on the Saturday following the monthly membership meeting. Check the calendar for car pool locations, meeting times, maps, etc. the Sarracenia Chapter. the Sea Oats Chapter.
Augustine, FL Meeting Place: St. the Sea Rocket Chapter.
the Serenoa Chapter. Additional Info: Members convene for room setup and socializing at 7 pm. A short business meeting at is followed by the evening's program and plant raffle. the Sparkleberry Chapter. PO Box Seffner, Fl the Sweetbay Chapter. Box Panama City, FL the Tarflower Chapter.
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Meeting Place: Harry P. Additional Info: Telephone for directions to the monthly meeting venue. the The Villages Chapter. Meeting Schedule: Fourth Friday of each month except December from to pm.
Chapters FNPS Chapters: the Heart of our Society It is through our chapters that we provide most of our opportunities to participate in preserving Florida's native flora, opportunities to learn about our natural heritage and teach others, and the values inherent in interacting with others who have similar interests. Each chapter is unique and offers a local flavor, but most of them: Hold monthly meetings with informative presentations and programs. Guests are always welcome.
Run educational field trips to interesting areas. Participate in local events as part of their outreach. Work on projects to preserve native plants or habitats. Meeting Place: Melbourne Library. O Box St. Lookup Chapter by Zipcode.