Welcome to the Statewide Organization Page
With measures to limit the spread of Covid-19 in transition, in-person meetings are returning to some chapters, not others as yet. Check chapter pages on this site for coming events. Virtual meetings with interesting presentations were conducted for the last two years and are still being planned by some chapters. Field trips are ongoing, weather permitting, and are very popular. See chapter pages or scroll down our website homepage to access video recordings of memorable presentations.
An annual state conference is traditionally held in the summer, hosted by one of our chapters on a rotational basis. This year's conference was held in Albuquerque with the theme "A Land Ethic for Seven Generations." In 2023, the conference will be hosted by the El Paso chapter, most likely in early fall to beat the heat. Attendance will be more limited for this Chihuahuan Desert, Wild West Texas immersion event. Watch for details in the spring of 2023.
Board of Directors
President: Tom Stewart
Recording Secretary: Jane Kruse
Archivist: Barbara Fix
Treasurer: Anne Curley
Votes are currently being counted for our election of officers for the next two years, and polls close on November 30. Stand by for the posting of the new officers.
The Board of Directors also includes a representative from each of our seven chapters. These can change at various times, so go to chapter pages to find our their representatives to the Board.
Finance & Investments: Anne Curley
Conservation: Rachel Jankowitz
NMDOT Liason: Steve Gisler
Newsletter Mailing List: John Freyermuth
Other Important Staff:
Newsletter Editor: Margaret Menache
Website Editor: Madeleine Woodward
Membership and administrative: Lindsey Kirchhevel
NPSNM Board Members taking a break at their winter meeting. A summer and a winter board meeting is held each year.
Bylaws of the Native Plant Society of New Mexico
NPSNM Field Trip Rules updated August 2015
NPSNM Release from Liability—Individual updated August 2015
NPSNM Release from Liability—Group updated August 2015
The Native Plant Society of New Mexico is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization