Colorado Native Plant Society
is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the knowledge,
appreciation and conservation of native plants and
habitats of Colorado through education,
stewardship and advocacy

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    West Elk Mountains above Gothic, Gunnison County
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Colorado Native Plant Society News

NEW!!! FIELD SEMINARS

To view the  the Catalog of New Field Seminars, click on Field Seminar Catalog
To Sign Up Go to The Calendar

The Colorado Natural Heritage Program
is pleased to announce the release of
The Colorado Wetlands Mobile App!
The App is available for FREE at both
the Google Play Store and iTunes App Store
Click HERE for more information

Donate to support the publishing of
Erin Tripps new book
Field Guide to the Lichens of White Rocks
Go Here to Donate

CoNPS is collecting funds for a memorial
to a wonderful conservationist
and member of the society, Ann Armstrong.
Go Here to Donate

2016 CoNPS Fall Native Plant Sale
Now Open Until September 15th
Visit The Sale Here

To view the Native Plant Garden Guide: Front Range & Foothills
click on Native Plant Garden Guide: Front Range & Foothills.

Enter the 2016 CoNPS Photo Contest
July 15 - August 31, 2016
Click Here for Contest Rules

Job Opportunities

Director of Research and Innovation
University of Texas
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Austin Texas

 Fund Development & Special Projects Specialist
Larimer County Open Lands Program, Department of Natural Resources
Deadline July 25, 2016

Database Coordinator
Great Outdoors Colorado
Deadline August 11, 2016

Hickenlooper Proclaims
"Native Plant Appreciation Week"
Read News Release HERE

Friends of Red Rocks need volunteers
to establish an interpretive native plant garden
in Red Rocks Park near Morrison.
Click HERE for more information.

All the old copies of Aquilegia are now back!
A complete set of Aquilegia newsletters dating back to 1976
can now be accessed at Regis University Digital Repository
through our website under the ResourcesAquilegia Newsletters
tab on the main menu. at the bottom of that page
Or, for now, click HERE.

Below are the 2015 CoNPSPhoto Contest Winners
click on [photo credit] and then the photo to see the full view

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Populus tremuloides in the San Juan Mountains
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Asclepias speciosa and Bee
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Fern Unfurling
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Penstemon grahamii
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