The Colorado Native Plant Society has seven chapters around Colorado. Each of the chapters has regular meetings around some educational topic with speakers and workshops, usually during the winter, and field trips in the summer. They also have various on-the-ground conservation projects which you can join.

When you sign up to become a member, you have the opportunity to affiliate with any chapter of your choice. When you do, you will automatically receive regular communications about the programs being offered as well as discounted prices on our workshops, annual meeting and other programs.

If you live in a portion of the state that does not have a chapter nearby, we encourage you to set up your own!  It is quite easy to do.  Go to the page below this tab called "Other Areas" or click [here].


Comanche National Grasslands
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Arkansas Canyon Sickeleaf (Mentzelia speciosa)
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Musk Thistle
(Carduus nutans ssp macrolepis)
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Wild Geranium
(Geranium caespitosum)
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Wood Lily (Lilium philadelphicum}
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