• Governor Martinez proclaims August 18, 2012 Native Plant Day

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  • New Mexico’s Living Landscapes

    NPSNM member Bill Dunmire has released his new book New Mexico’s Living Landscapes. New Mexico is third among states of greatest natural diversity, exceeded only by Texas and California. More than nine-tenths of New Mexico’s land remains in native or near-native condition, unchanged by human hands. This “living landscape” is wonderfully varied, ranging from vast […]

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  • Trees & Shrubs of New Mexico ready to order!

    We’re happy to announce that Jack Carter’s fully revised and expanded edition of his popular Trees and Shrubs of New Mexico is now available! Trees & Shrubs of New Mexico is designed for use by both interested laypersons and plant scientists. A pictorial glossary provides much of the elementary information required to make the decisions […]

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  • Upcoming Santa Fe Garden Fair

    8th ANNUAL GARDEN FAIR Presented by the SANTA FE MASTER GARDENER ASSOCIATION SATURDAY APRIL 28, 2012 ~ 10 PM – 4 PM Santa Fe County Fairgrounds, 3229 Rodeo Road, Santa Fe, NM Don’t miss the 8th ANNUAL GARDEN FAIR, presented by the Santa Fe Master Gardener Association, at the Santa Fe County Fair Grounds April 28, 2012, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission […]

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  • Revision of NPSNM Bylaws Proposed

    The Board of Directors of NPSNM has reviewed the Society’s bylaws and proposed to revise them to meet current needs. If you have concerns with the proposed revision, contact Vice President Renee West at keywestern@hotmail.com. The new bylaws will take effect June 1st. Read the revised bylaws here.

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  • A thousand invasives removed at Blue Hole Cienega

    An estimated 1085 mostly Russian olive plants were removed during the Russian Olive Removal Event held Oct. 21-22, 2011 at the Blue Hole Cienega Nature Preserve. The preserve lies within the city limits of Santa Rosa. A total of 18 people participated in the 2-day event on the 116-acre preserve. The plants removed included small […]

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  • Cloudcroft Phacelia search is a partial success!

    Two locations of the Cloudcroft Phacelia were found during our Aug. 18-21, 2011 search. One of the two was on the same dry travertine rock outcrop in Fresnal Canyon where the plant was found last year, but this time we found 12 adult plants (instead of the 4 found last year) in good flowering or […]

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