Welcome to the Gila (Silver City) Chapter
The Gila Native Plant Society is committed to promoting education, research, and appreciation of the native flora of the Southwest; encouraging the preservation of rare and endangered plant species; and supporting the use of suitable native plants in landscaping.
Because of current NM state restrictions to limit the spread of Covid-19, in-person NPSNM chapter meetings are not yet planned. Some chapters may schedule field trips with numbers limited according to health department guidelines, with appropriate personal distancing and wearing of face masks being mandatory when in closer proximity even outdoors.
The Gila Chapter is presenting online Zoom meetings. If you are interested in joining any future one, please send a request for a link to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The way Zoom works is that you get an email invitation with the link to the meeting (and directions). When the time comes closer we will be sending an invitation to all Gila Native Plant Society members who have favored us with their emails. Anyone else who is interested may email us at email@example.com and request an invitation.
Click on future events and offerings listed on the right for additional information.
For more information on our programs, events, publications and the newsletter ("Bulletin") please visit www.gilanps.org.
Meetings ordinarily are third Fridays October-May at 7 p.m. in WNMU’s Harlan Hall, Room 219, with refreshments following the program.
All programs are free and open to the public. Ordinarily, the Gila chapter conducts field trips on the third Sunday of each month from April to September. Each field trip will be to a different location in order to explore the diversity of our native plants. Field trips are free and open to the public. Meet at 8:00 am in the south parking lot of the WNMU Fine Arts Center Theatre for carpooling.
Photo: Silver City Botanical Garden by Elroy Limmer
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President: Donald Graves
Vice President: To be determined
Treasurer: Wendy Graves
Secretary: Betty Spence
Membership: Joan Limmer
Past President: Elroy Limmer
Field Trip Chair: To be determined
Member Communications: Betty Spence
Publicity Coordinator: Betty Spence
Education Committee Chair: Jeff Boyd
Conservation Chair: To be appointed
State Board Representative: Keller Suberkropp
Chapter Bulletin: Elizabeth Kaido
Plant Sale: Keller Suberkropp
Book Sales: Ron Groves
Video Host: Chimpers