Category Archives: What’s New

Santa Fe Lecture: “Save a Place for Wildlife”

The Santa Fe Chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Mexico presents a free talk by George Miller entitled,“Save a Place for Wildlife.” The meeting and talk is on Wednesday, November 16, 2016 at 6:30 pm at Christ Lutheran Church. Human housing … Continue reading

Posted in What's New | Comments Off on Santa Fe Lecture: “Save a Place for Wildlife”

Public Lecture: Ancient Plant Use in SE NM

Subject: Public Presentation in Artesia, Carlsbad, and Roswell on Ancient Plant Use in SE NM Dr. William Whitehead will discuss the most common plants found in the Bureau of Land Management, Carlsbad Field Office region and present their uses by … Continue reading

Posted in What's New | Comments Off on Public Lecture: Ancient Plant Use in SE NM

New conservation programs for NM native plants

On Wednesday November 2nd at 7:00 p.m. at the NM Museum of Natural History (1801 Mountain Rd. NW, Albuquerque), the public is invited to a program on new conservation programs for New Mexico’s native plants presented by restoration ecologist Melanie Gisler. Melanie will … Continue reading

Posted in What's New | Comments Off on New conservation programs for NM native plants

NPSNM awarding conservation grants & donations

The Native Plant Society of New Mexico awards grants and makes donations to individuals and organizations that further the mission of the Society. The NPSNM Mission Statement The Native Plant Society of New Mexico is a non-profit organization that strives … Continue reading

Posted in Events, What's New | Comments Off on NPSNM awarding conservation grants & donations

“Managing the River to Failure — Is There A Better Way?”

MRGWA Water Conference from 9-3 on 10/22/16 @ UNM Please participate in the Middle Rio Grande Water Assembly’s annual conference entitled “Managing the river to failure — Is there a better way?”, tobe held on October 22, 2016 from 9 … Continue reading

Posted in What's New | Comments Off on “Managing the River to Failure — Is There A Better Way?”

2016-17 Grants in Botany Otero Chapter

The Otero Chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Mexico is offering up to $4000 in grants for the fall 2016 semester.  The grant(s) may be awarded to one person or split among several applicants.  Grant applications will be … Continue reading

Posted in What's New | Comments Off on 2016-17 Grants in Botany Otero Chapter

Albuquerque talk: Flora Neomexicana

The public is invited to a program presented by Dr. Kelly Allred, retired NMSU professor and author ofFlora Neomexicana, the definitive compilation of the plant species that occur in New Mexico on Wednesday October 5th at 7:00 p.m. at the … Continue reading

Posted in What's New | Comments Off on Albuquerque talk: Flora Neomexicana

Riparian Restoration for Native Plants on the Rio Grande

“Riparian Restoration for Native Plants on the Rio Grande,”  presented by Valerie Williams of the Taos BLM office.  Her presentation will cover education on riparian ecosystems, including native and non-native vegetation issues, migratory birds, the endangered southwestern willow flycatcher. and a … Continue reading

Posted in Conservation Updates, Events, What's New | Comments Off on Riparian Restoration for Native Plants on the Rio Grande

Santa Fe Meeting: NM Historic Community Forests

The Santa Fe Chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Mexico presents a free talk by  Jennifer Dann, Urban and Community Forestry Program Manager for NM State Forestry, entitled,  “The Management Challenge of New Mexico’s Historic Community Forests.” The meeting and talk … Continue reading

Posted in What's New | Comments Off on Santa Fe Meeting: NM Historic Community Forests

Albuquerque meeting on native orchids

On Wednesday September 7th at 7:00 p.m. at the NM Museum of Natural History (1801 Mountain Rd. NW, Albuquerque), the public is invited to a program focused on the wild orchids of Arizona and New Mexico. Ron Coleman, author and … Continue reading

Posted in What's New | Comments Off on Albuquerque meeting on native orchids