FAQ: Intown Atlanta GNPS Pollinator Picnics

FAQ: Intown Atlanta GNPS Pollinator Picnics

What is the Great Georgia Pollinator Census Count?The Great Georgia Pollinator Census count (GGPC) is a citizen science project coordinated by the University of Georgia Extension to encourage Georgians to learn more about insects and be open to planting a pollinator... read more
Pollinator Picnics – August 20

Pollinator Picnics – August 20

The GNPS-Intown Atlanta Chapter will be on site at various locations around town to partner with the University of Georgia Extension Program’s 2022 Great Georgia Pollinator Census count. Join us to count the pollinators that are so vital to life on earth. We will have... read more

Intown Atlanta Chapter Interest Meeting

If you are in the Intown Atlanta area and are interested in joining a new GNPS chapter, please register to join us for a virtual Intown Atlanta chapter interest meeting on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, at7:00 PM. Once you register you will receive the instructions for... read more

GNPS Chapter Interest Meeting and Q&A

In the April NativeSCAPE newsletter, we talked about the state of chapter development and getting started forming new chapters.  We had lots of members reaching out about joining or helping to form new chapters. In order to help answer any questions around forming new... read more

Redbud Chapter Educational Meeting Jan 14

Ecological landscaping is a growing national and global movement that promotes responsible stewardship of landscapes to provide healthy ecosystems for survival of all living things. Our speaker will be Daniel Ballard, green industry expert and found and principal of Convivial Landscapes LLC.

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2020 Symposium Registration is Open

JOIN US for the GNPS 2020 NATIVE PLANT SYMPOSIUM Saturday, February 29, 2020 Middle Georgia State University Conference Center, Macon, GA Inspired by the February book release of Nature’s Best Hope: A New Approach to Conservation that Starts in Your Yard from Doug... read more

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