GNPS Transitions: State Board and Atlanta Chapter

A number of communications have been shared with the membership over the last few months regarding the transition of the GNPS Board to a State Board. This will happen in January 2020 following the approval of new by-laws and the election of the new Board at our Annual... read more

Vote for the GNPS 2020 Plant of the Year!

Each year, we celebrate one special native plant by selecting it as GNPS Plant of the Year (POY). The six nominated plants are featured below.  POY online voting is EASY.  Just go to the voting page*, click to make your selection, and press “Submit.”  (If... read more

Report of Mary Scott Nature Park Workday October 5, 2019

Report of Mary Scott Nature Park workday October 5, 2019 On October 5, 2019, seven Friends of Mary Scott Nature Park worked at the park removing nonnative flora from the southwest corner of the park. There are five yard waste bags filled with the likes of... read more

Plant of the Year Nominations are Closed

We have received significantly more than the needed six nominations for 2020 Plant of the Year, so nominations are now closed.  Thanks to all of you who... read more

October Redbud Project Chapter Meeting

The October Redbud Project Chapter Meeting is on Tuesday, Oct. 8. All of the details are in the calendar event listing. Go to Calendar Event... read more

Plant of the Year Nominations Open Tuesday, October 1, at 7pm

The GNPS Plant of the Year (POY) program recognizes native plants that are of benefit to Georgia’s ecology and wildlife. If you are a GNPS member and have a native plant that you think is wonderful, why not nominate it for our POY 2020? Besides beauty, some... read more
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