In Memory of George Sanko

Kathryn Gable I sit here under the eaves, sheltered from the rain, laptop in lap — hoping for inspiration from my garden to write an article on George Sanko for the GNPS Newsletter. HOW DO I BEGIN? Everyone knows by now that George abruptly departed this earth several... read more
GNPS Annual 2018 Spring Native Plant Sale

GNPS Annual 2018 Spring Native Plant Sale

Make plans to join us for our spring plant sale on Saturday, April 7, 2018 from 10 am to 2 pm.  We’ll have over 3000 plants: perennials for sun and shade, and including a selection of trees, shrubs and vines. Some plants will be in limited quantities, but here... read more

Grand Opening of Meadow Entrance to Buffalo Creek Trail: April 17, 2018

300 Trilliums planted on the hillside at Buffalo Creek On Tuesday, April 17, starting at 6:30 pm, members of the West Georgia Chapter of GNPS will hold the grand opening of the Meadow Entrance to the Buffalo Creek Trail as part of their 10th anniversary as an... read more

Critical Wetland in the Heart of Atlanta | Restoration Site Workday

Join knowledgeable and enthusiastic volunteers supporting a pollinator garden at the GNPS Zonolite Park Restoration Site.  We will remove Winter’s remains and prepare the plots for Spring growth with simple weeding.  Bring a water bottle, a trowel, gloves and be... read more

Thank You Symposium Attendees & Volunteers 2018

A full day of learning and a full house for sure with lots of energy all around.  Thanks to everyone who attended as well as those who hosted information booths and gave their time to educate us all.  The 23rd GNPS Symposium launched with the help of many volunteers. ... read more

Symposium Update | Option to Pre-Order Native Trees and Plants

There will be native trees, some of which are hard to find on sale, and native plants available for purchase in the GNPS Marketplace at the upcoming Symposium on February 10th in Macon.  In case you might like to consider native tree and plant purchase options ahead... read more
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