Colorado Native Plant Society
a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the knowledge,
appreciation and conservation of native plants and
habitats of Colorado through education,
stewardship and advocacy
- Metro-Denver Chapter Field Trip: Lower McCullough GulchTue Jul 25 2017, 8:30am MDT - 5:00pm MDTLower McCullough Gulch
- The CoNPS 2017 BioBlitzThu Jul 27 2017 - Sat Jul 29 2017Leadville National Fish Hatchery
- SW Chapter Field Trip: Ohio Peak Ridge & US Basin - No Online Registration - Contact Bob Powell (see below)Sat Aug 5 2017, 8:00am MDT - 5:00pm MDTOhio Peak Ridge & US Basin
Spring and Summer Activities Taking Shape !
CoNPS 2017 BioBlitz initial plans set
Leadville - July 27-29
Check out the primary plans below:
CoNPS 2017 Leadville BioBlitz
Denver, Boulder, Northern, Plateat and Southeast Chapters Set up Summer Field Trips
Check them out on the Event Calendar
Mark Your Calendar for
The CoNPS Annual Conference
Colorado College in Colorado Springs
September 9 -10
CONSERVATION ACTIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES
The Botany Bill - H.R.1054: Botanical Sciences and Native Plant Materials Research, Restoration and Promotion Act. To keep up with the progress of the botany bill, click here.
USFS: Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre & Gunnison National Forests Plan Revision: Planning is a long process – it will take at least 3 years to revise the Forest Plan. Use the link above and the Federal Register as a way to stay connected and informed:
USFS: Rio Grande National Forest Plan Revision: Draft plan expected in July 2017.
Northern Chapter Conservation Action Opportunities
Bureau of Reclamation Invites Public Comment on RMP/EA for Horsetooth, Carter Lake, Pinewood, Flatiron Reservoirs in Larimer County. Reclamation's RMP/EA is now available as is Larimer County's Reservoir Parks Master Plan. Comments on the RMP/EA will be accepted throughout the public comment period until August 07, 2017. Written comments can be provided online or can also be sent directly to the attention of Mr. Patrick McCusker by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or by regular mail to Reclamation at 11056 W. County Road 18 E, Loveland, CO 80537. Comments by fax can be sent to 970-663-3212. To learn more about the RMP and NEPA process, please visit Reclamation's website.