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Magnolia Chapter FNPS

Upcoming Events:

  • Field Trip tomorrow - Sat., 2/9 - Mini-Bioblitz at Horn Springs with Peter Kleinhenz
  • Feb. 8 - Mar. 3 - Wolf Creek Trout Lily Preserve bloom season
  • Feb 16, 10-4 - Annual Wildlife-Friendly Yards Tour
  • Feb. 19 - Sarracenia Chapter meeting - David Cook & Gail Fishman
  • Request from Liz Sparks, Panhandle Wildflower Alliance
  • Magnolia Chapter Grant Applications
  • Report from Atlanta Botanical Gardens & TorreyaKeepers about recent Torreya assessment efforts
See below for additional details:
The purpose of the Florida Native Plant Society is to promote the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida.
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Join us tomorrow morning for our field trip:

Our next meeting will be on March 7th:

Our next field trip will be on March 9th:

Audubon's Annual Wildlife-Friendly Yards Tour 

It's that time of year again for the 11th Annual Wildlife-Friendly Yards Tour sponsored by Apalachee Audubon. This year our event takes place on Saturday, February 16th from 10am - 4pm. $10 Tickets will be available, starting January 19th at Native Nurseries (1661 Centerville Rd.) and Wild Birds Unlimited (Thomasville Rd.) and will be available through the day of the tour. With this tour happening in the middle of winter, it is not the ordinary style garden tour. It's a chance to see the 'bones' of five environmentally-friendly yards and catch a glimpse of some fabulous winter birds. Winter is planting time so you can take notes then go home and start that yard project you've always wanted to do and to welcome the birds of spring to nest in your yard.

Need more "wet feet" photos - deadline extended



 

TorreyaKeepers & Atlanta Botanical Gardens Update












Upcoming Magnolia Chapter Programs for 2019


March 7th - Kevin Hiers - How Fine Scale Fire Behavior Maintains Biodiversity in Southern Pine Ecosystems

April 4th - Harley Means - Our Local Surficial Geology Dissected: How Surficial Geology Affects Ravine Development

May 2nd - Craig Huegel - Roots and How They Work


For additional and updated details about the Thursday evening programs and the accompanying field trips, please refer to our chapter's website calendar page.
Meeting schedule: 1st Thursday of the month from September through May. Come to socialize at 7:00, chapter meeting at 7:30, and program at 7:45 PM.

Meeting Place: King Building on the FSU Campus (319 Stadium Drive) Room 1024 – Free evening campus parking at the parking garage south of the King Building off Stadium Drive, or the parking lot east of the King Building following Psychology Way south from Call Street. Room 1024 is at the back of the King Building - see campus map at campus.map.fsu.edu for meeting location.
 
All meetings are free and open to the public.

Get involved with volunteer workday opportunities...


Angus Gholson Nature Park - contact Diana Picklesimer at Diana.Picklesimer@gmail.com

Maclay Gardens Native Arboretum - contact Ann Johnson at ajohnson@fnai.fsu.edu

Milkweed initiative - check Facebook - Monarch-Milkweed-Initiative@st. marks nwr

TorreyaKeepers - contact Leigh Brooks at Leigh@TorreyaKeepers.org

Upsy Daisy Plant Rescue Society - contact Gail Fishman at grtener@gmail.com

Wolf Creek Trout Lily Preserve, Lost Creek Forest, and Cherokee Pollinator Garden - contact Beth Grant at bethgrant@bellsouth.net

Other Events

Friends of the Apalachicola National Forest: Facebook

Sarracenia Chapter: Facebook

Hairstreak Chapter of NABA: Calendar 

Apalachee Audubon : Calendar 

Monarch-Milkweed Initiative: Facebook

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