The Colorado Native Plant Society Workshops are exceptional learning experiences for professional and amateur botanists alike.  Workshop presenters are experts on Colorado flora and are very generous in sharing their knowledge and time. They come with plant samples and hands-on exercises designed to expand your plant identification skills and ecological understanding.

Workshops are held at various locations throughout Colorado, with the majority at venues along the Front Range. They begin at 9 am and end between 3 and 4 pm.

Workshops are limited to 15-30 people, depending on location, and priority is given to CoNPS members.  We encourage you to register early.    Refund Policy:  If you need to cancel your registration for a workshop, in order to receive a refund, you will need to contact either the Workshop Coordinator, Lauren Kurtz (lauren.kurtz22@gmail.com) or the Administrative Coordinator, Linda Smith (conpsoffice@gmail.com) at least one week prior to the workshop.  If you cancel less than one week before the scheduled workshop, no refund will be given unless there is a wait list and your spot is filled from the wait list.  If CoNPS cancels a workshop for whatever reason (weather, etc.), full refunds will be given, and all registrants will be notified by phone or email prior to the event.      

Frasera speciosa Meadow
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Alpine Fireweed
(Chamerion angustifolium)
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Penland Beardtongue (Penstemon penlandii) (G1S1)
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Wild Begonia (Rumex venosis)
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Wild Bergamot (Monarda fistulosa)
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