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
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New CoNPS Website
Coming October 1st
We will be opening our new CoNPS website on October 1st with a new emphasis on educating our website visitors about Colorado's native plants and habitats. The new site is filled with articles about native plants, habitats, lichens, ferns, mosses and fungi. More articles on plant communities found from the plains to alpine, 46 photo galleries of Colorado plants and landscapes, expanded garden section with "how-to" native plant garden videos, and more.....
- 2021 CoNPS Annual ConferenceSat Sep 11 2021, 08:00am MDT - 05:00pm MDTScott Gym, Trinidad State Junior College
- CoNPS Webinar - Gardening with Native Plants Series: Wildscaping 101 – Native Plants for BirdsSun Sep 19 2021, 01:00pm MDT - 03:30pm MDT
- Kathleen Marriage Historic Native Garden InstallationTue Sep 21 2021, 08:00am MDT - 12:00pm MDTCatamount Institute/ Sondermann Park
Employment Opportunities Related to
Colorado Native Plants
Colorado Parks and Wildlife - Current Openings
Colorado State Forest Service - Current Openings
Rocky Mtn Field Institute - Current Openings
Southwest Conservation Corps - Current Openings
State of Colorado - Current Openings
Volunteers for Outdoors Colorado (VOC) - Current Openings
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