Location: Valverde Common House (405 Valverde Commons Dr. Taos, NM)
December 2nd, 2018 | 2-4p
We are looking forward to joining you for this workshop! Come learn about plants in our area, and take a home a little piece of the workshop!
This workshop will explore the facets of bio-regionalism as well as some of the common, and some not so common plants that are bio-regionally available from the high mountains to low desert in New Mexico (both native and non-native).
We will look at how they can be incorporated into our daily lives through food and medicine, touching on some specific herbs that can generally be used to aid us in many of the common ailments we experience, as we make our own herbal remedy together.
Please note that the Native Plant Society of New Mexico does not directly share the views of this workshop, and and information provided is purely informational as we are not doctors and are unable to diagnose or prescribe!
For more information, or if you have questions please email email@example.com.
Workshop Fee Structure – Please bring payment the day of the workshop (We accept check or cash)
Members – $5
Non Members – $10
Or non-members may wish to join NPSNM for one year and register for workshop at $5 per person plus cost of membership.
Individual …………………………………. $30.00
Family ………………………………………. $45.00
Student or Teacher ……………………. $20.00
Friend of Society ……………………….. $60.00
In addition to the rewards of contributing to the conservation of New Mexico’s
native flora, members benefit from regional chapter meetings, field trips, an annual
meeting and four issues of the Newsletter each year. Some chapters also hold plant
sales, annual seed exchanges and offer discounts on a variety of books providing
information on native plant identification and gardening with native plants in New
Additional benefits to members include discounts on New Mexico Wildflower and
The Native Plant Society of New Mexico (NPSNM) is a non-profit organization
dedicated to promoting the conservation of the native flora of New Mexico. The
Society, and its local chapters, work to educate its members and promote the
conservation of our native flora so that future generations may enjoy our valuable
resource. Membership is open to any interested person, family or group. Members
include a wide range of individuals from interested amateurs to professionals in
botany, ecology and forestry.