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
The Denver Botanic Gardens has just announced their on-the-ground conservation programs for the 2018 field season. If you would like to volunteer, read about their programs
- CoNPS Workshop: Introduction to Wildflowers of the Front RangeSat Mar 3 2018, 9:00am MST - 11:30am MSTRocky Mountain Arsenal NWR Contact Station
- Plateau Chapter: Tour of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Seed WarehouseSat Mar 3 2018, 10:00am MST - 11:30am MST
- Metro-Denver Chapter Field Trip: Lair O BearWed Mar 7 2018, 10:00am MST - 1:00pm MSTLair O Bear
The 2018 Spring Plant Sale
Open For Business
New Plants, New Sizes
before April 15
Pick up your plants in 4 locations
Saturday, May 5th
Loveland, Littleton, Boulder, Colorado Springs
100 species/size options on the sale.
Over 20 more than previous sales.
Some species have limited quantities so order early
2018 Landscaping with Colorado Native Plants Conference
Saturday, February 10, 2018 - Denver Botanic Gardens
Registration is Now Closed - Event is Sold Out
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.
West-wide Energy Corridors for Regions 2 and 3 (Colorado) Abstracts available for review on January 10, 2018, for 45 days. Informational Recorded Webinar available online.
Please visit the West-wide Energy Corridor Information Center website at http://corridoreis.anl.gov for announcement updates. To subscribe or unsubscribe to the west-side Energy Corridor email service, go to http://corridoreis.anl.gov/email/
Just released: a brief video demonstrating how to submit input for the Section 368 Energy Corridor regional reviews through the project website. The video also includes how to use the feedback tool in the Corridor Mapping Tool to sketch a location that will be linked to submitted input.
Also note that the January 24 webinar agenda is now linked to portions of the recorded webinar video for improved accessibility.
Note: There are several corridors stretching through Colorado. Please take a look at all the links to see if areas that you care about will be impacted. Deadline for review is February 25, 2018.
The Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre & Gunnison National Forests are in the beginning phase of a 4-step Wilderness Process. If you'd like to be involved, please check out the webpage.
Conservation/Research 2018 Volunteer Opportunities with Denver Botanic Gardens:
Botany Volunteers for High Line Canal
Rare Plant Monitoring Stewards
Six New Members added
to the CoNPS Board of Directors