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
Ophir pass tall mountain chiming blue bells (photo by Carol McGowan)
CoNPS 2020 Photo Contest, Tied for1st Place, Landscape Category
- Virtual Botanical Tour of Leo Chance's Cacti GardenSat Jan 16 2021, 10:00am MST - 12:00pm MSTvirtual meeting in Zoom
- El Paso County Native Plant Master Program Revival EffortTue Jan 26 2021, 04:00pm MST - 05:30pm MSTvirtual meeting in Zoom
- CoNPS Webinar: Introduction to Colorado Wildflowers from Plains to PeaksSat Jan 30 2021, 09:00am MST - 12:00pm MST
On February 8, 2020 the CoNPS
Board of Directors Approved
the Final Version of Our New Strategic Plan
It Can Be Viewed Here
Colorado Native Plants
Colorado Parks and Wildlife - Current Openings
Colorado State Forest Service - Current Openings
Crew Leaders and Members, SW Conservation Corps - Watershed Crews and Ecological Monitoring
Field Coordinator and Instructors, Rocky Mountain Field Institute
Park Ranger, Natural Resources Specialist - Ken-Caryl Ranch Open Space
Park Ranger, Seasonal - City of Aurora
State of Colorado - Current Openings
Volunteers for Outdoors Colorado (VOC) - Current Openings
Aquilegia Subscriptions Now Available
You don't need to be a member in order to receive our full-color quarterly magazine. Aquilegia is packed with feature stories about Colorado's native plants and landscapes, current conservation issues, research reports, native plant gardens and gardening and restoration techniques and issues. The magazine is filled with gorgeous photos of Colorado's plants and landscapes, poetry and even comics. A one-year subscription is $30 for non-members, $20 for members. Subscribe here today!
Thanks to all for your participation and support!
Those of you who registered for the Conference can expect to get your recorded versions of the talks with the next two to three weeks.
All of the donors to our Virtual Auction have been informed of the names and addresses of the winning bidders for each of the items they had in the auction. Everyone should receive the things they bid on within two weeks at the most! Please contact the office if you are missing anything you thought you had won. We raised over $2,000 for CoNPS in the auction this year, thanks, everyone, for your generous donations and bids!
Grasses! These important native plants can be so hard to identify. Here's your chance to learn the easy way from Dr. Maggie Gaddis.
Maggie, president of our Southeast Chapter, has just added two fabulous new videos to our website, Grassland Ecology
and Grass ID. Maggie is an accomplished teacher with a relaxed style - you will be an expert before you know it!
Check it out: Colorado Native Plant Society, Southeast Chapter