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

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

Job Opportunities

Jefferson County Open Space
Jeffco Open Space Planner
Deadline:  May 26, 2016

Colorado Natural Heritage Program
Conservation Planning Coordinator
Deadline: June 15, 2016

Boulder County Parks and Open Space
Natural Resources Planner
&
Plant Ecology Resource Specialist
Deadline for Both:  May 31, 2016

Friends of Red Rocks need volunteers
to establish an interpretive native plant garden
in Red Rocks Park near Morrison.
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

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

Volunteer for CoNPS Conservation Projects

Browns Canyon National Monument
Field Study Project

Wednesday June 1 - Friday June 3 - Salida, CO
Tuesday August 23 - Thursday August 25 - Salida CO

Backyard Phenology Workshop

Thursday Evening June 9 - Denver Botanic Gardens

DBG-CoNPS Seed Scouts

Saturday, April 30 - DeBeque, CO
Saturday, July 9 - Canon City, CO

Major Website Upgrade

As of December 1st we have completed a major upgrade to our website by implementing a new membership program.  Each CoNPS member now has a membership profile on this site which can be accessed by the "Member Login" button on the main menu.  Instructions on how to sign in can be found there. 

Once a member has logged in they can update their profile, renew their membership, sign up for committees and go to "Calendar of Events" or "Current Events" to sign up and pay for workshops, seminars and meetings which may have a registration fee.  Members get discounted prices for these paid events.

A listing of all CoNPS events including field trips, workshops, seminars, chapter meetings, conservation projects and the annual conference can be found in the "Event Calendar" and "Current Events" buttons on the main menu, chapter pages and on the "Workshop" , "Field Trip" and "Conservation Project" buttons under the "Learn" tab on the main menu.  The events are listed there with descriptions, times and locations with interactive maps to the location.  If there is a registration charge, payments can be made on that page.

For Native Plant Gardeners

Visit our Native Plant Gardening page for great tips about how to get those native plant critters to grow and thrive in our hot, dry environment.  You can also find it under Resources on our main menu above.

Below are the 2015 CoNPSPhoto Contest Winners
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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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