Working With Nature GNPS Symposium 2017 | by all accounts well done!

More than 220 attendees came to the 2017 GNPS Symposium held in Macon, Georgia to spend a day with like-minded people and learn more on the subject of native plants.  Our guest speakers, the participants and the vendors experienced a well organized and coordinated... read more

22nd Annual Symposium I Registration Open

JOIN US for our 22nd NATIVE PLANT SYMPOSIUM: WORKING with NATURE – Rather Than Against Saturday, February 4th, 2017. NEW LOCATION: Middle Georgia State University Conference Center in Macon, GA. Registration and GNPS Market opens at 8:00 AM  I  Good Morning and... read more

Annual GNPS Symposium 2017 | Save the date!

The 2017 Native Plant Symposium, providing a full day of learning, will be held on Saturday February 4, 2017 in the Conference Center of the West Campus of the Middle Georgia State University in Macon.  Much more information on the topics and speakers to follow... read more

GNPS Annual Symposium

The 21st annual GNPS Plant Symposium will be held this year at Georgia Perimeter College, Decatur Campus in Decatur, GA on Feb 20th, 2016. The symposium will touch on broad themes of interest, including new and unusual native plants of the southeast, storm water gardens, and how to engage the public in the importance and joys of native plants. Our keynote speaker is Dr. Larry Mellichamp, recently retired Professor of Botany and Horticulture at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and former director of the University’s Botanical Gardens. We will also offer hands-on workshops including digital photography and botanical illustration. Register now to get the early bird prices!

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20th Annual Georgia Native Plant Symposium Announcement

20th Annual Georgia Native Plant Symposium Announcement

20th Annual Georgia Native Plant Symposium  Saturday March 7, 2015 Our 20th Annual Georgia Native Plant Society Symposium was held March 7, 2015 at the Georgia Perimeter College, Clarkston campus, Atlanta, GA, from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  Our program included... read more

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