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Native Plant Society of TX – Hou Chapter

Work P. O. Box 131254 Houston TX 77219-1254 Website: Native Plant Society of TX – Hou Chapter Website

Mission

Purpose: The mission of The Native Plant Society of Texas (NPSOT) is to promote research, conservation and utilization of native plants and plant habitats of Texas through education, outreach and example.

Meetings: 7:00 p.m., program at 7:30 p.m., the 3rd Thurs. of each month, Nov. Social & Seed & Plant Swap, Dec. holiday dinner, Jan. propagation workshop. Spring & Fall field trips.

Programs: Speakers present topics such as landscaping with natives, trees, and butterfly & habitat gardening.

Major Events: The Wildscapes Workshop is our largest annual event, usually held in September, and is open to anyone interested in learning. The program includes lectures, workshops, field trips, a native plant sale, and vendor and educational exhibits. Check our website for more details.

Volunteer Opportunities: Native Plant rescues, invasive plant removal, Native Plant Demonstration Garden workdays (monthly), school wildlife habitat programs, cooperative efforts with other non-profits and government entities. Display Booth.

Speakers Bureau: Contact Cecil Carter.

Publications: Quarterly State newsletter; local quarterly newsletter.

Wally Ward, President
713-869-6856
[email protected]
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Russ Kane, Publicity & Community Coordinator
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Linda Knowles, Display Booth and Education Coordinator
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Notes

Meetings: 7:00 p.m., program at 7:30 p.m., the 3rd Thurs. of each month, Nov. Social & Seed & Plant Swap, Dec. holiday dinner, Jan. propagation workshop. Spring & Fall field trips.

Programs: Speakers present topics such as landscaping with natives, trees, and butterfly & habitat gardening.

Major Events: The Wildscapes Workshop is our largest annual event, usually held in September, and is open to anyone interested in learning. The program includes lectures, workshops, field trips, a native plant sale, and vendor and educational exhibits. Check our website for more details.

Volunteer Opportunities: Native Plant rescues, invasive plant removal, Native Plant Demonstration Garden workdays (monthly), school wildlife habitat programs, cooperative efforts with other non-profits and government entities. Display Booth.

Speakers Bureau: Contact Linda Knowles.

Publications: Quarterly State newsletter; local quarterly newsletter.

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P. O. Box 131254 Houston TX 77219-1254