Conservation

The Georgia Native Plant Society is dedicated to the conservation of Georgia’s native plants and their habitats. This is carried out through countless hours and immense energy and dedication of GNPS volunteers. Our conservation projects include the work of more than 400 plant rescuers every year, propagators of native plants at Stone Mountain and members who are actively restoring sites across Georgia.

Workday group removing invasive plants

Workday group removing invasive plants

Year-End Summary 2020

After adopting new bylaws in November 2019 to restructure GNPS into a more effective organization (summary of changes here), we were excited to embark on a statewide expansion of chapters under guidance and policy set by the new state-level board of directors and...

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...

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