Native Plant Resolution Passed in City of Roswell

The City of Roswell unanimously passed a resolution to use native plants in city landscaping on June 14th, 2021. This resolution was the product of a grassroots effort of a few residents who shared a passion for native plants and preserving the local ecosystem.... read more

Join us September 10 to learn about designing with stormwater run-off to create a thriving native plant landscape

Design & Management of Sustainable Landscapes: McDaniel Branch Case Study September 10th, T U E S D A Y night | Doors Open at 6:30 pm Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Day Hall Please join us and bring a friend! Interested in learning more about how to capture rainwater... read more

The Importance of Native Plants in Urban Landscapes

Event Type: Speaker Series Date: Thursday, October 25th Time: 7:00pm – 8:00pm (doors open at 6:15pm) Author book signing to follow presentation. Location: Trees Atlanta TreeHouse (112 Krog Street, Suite 7, Atlanta, 30307) Registration... read more

The Importance of Native Plants in Urban Landscapes

GNPS is partnering with Trees Atlanta to present the October Speaker Series in Trees Atlanta. Title:  “The Importance of Native Plants in Urban Landscapes” Description:  Plants are essential in our urban landscapes: they help reduce water run-off, absorb... read more

NEW DATE OF March 14th program

Toby Sauders, recipient of a GNPS Jeane Reeves grant, will present at the March 14th program. His presentation gives an overview of ecological research on the vascular flora of Snake Creek Gorge. It describes the gorge, the major plant communities, the most common... read more
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