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The community of Dardanelle was invaded by Arkansas Native Plant Society (ANPS) members. The featured event on Friday was the annual ANPS Plant Auction. Field trips on Saturday and Sunday included Mt Nebo, Long Pool, Bona Dea Trail and Dardanelle’s Trees of Distinction and Pine Ridge Gardens. Continue reading
ARKANSAS NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY FALL 2012 MEETING OCTOBER 12-14, 2012 Everyone welcome! Membership in this Society is open to anyone interested in the native plants of Arkansas. See our Join page for more membership information. Where: Russellville, Arkansas (featuring Lake … Continue reading
Our ANPS Spring 2012 meeting drew a good crowd up to Jonesboro and Crowley’s Ridge in northeast Arkansas. Saturday field trips to Crowley’s Ridge State Park and to the Arkansas Game and Fish Forrest L. Wood Crowley’s Ridge Nature Center … Continue reading
Larry Lowman, guest speaker, shares his knowledge with Donna Hanke during a field trip to the Crowley’s Ridge Nature Center. Betty Nichols, in background, maintains the Native Plant Garden as a Master Gardener. Members on a Sunday field were introduced to the federally listed … Continue reading
ANPS SPRING 2012 MEETING May 4-6, 2012 Crowley’s Ridge – Jonesboro, Arkansas FRIDAY EVENING, May 4, Arkansas State University Student Union, Spring River Room (Parking in North Parking Deck most convenient) Registration 4-7 p.m. Members are reminded that the standard $5.00 … Continue reading
The Arkansas Native Plant Society will hold its annual spring meeting May 4-6 in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Hotel reservations at special rates for members of the Arkansas Native Plant Society are available at Comfort Suites, 3404 Access Rd., Jonesboro, through April … Continue reading
An evening lecture by the popular ecologist Douglas W. Tallamy was standing room only September 30 at the fall conference of the Arkansas Native Plant Society.
Using dramatic data, stunning photographs, and a carefully pitched blend of humor and motivation, Tallamy told society members they can help restore biodiversity by using native plants in their home gardens. Continue reading
Check this out! “As I write this, the auditorium at the state extension office is packed with people listening to Doug Tallamy talking on bringing nature home—also the name of his book. His photos are really impressive. Tomorrow he repeats … Continue reading
MAY 13th – 15 th 2011 (FRIDAY – SUNDAY) Save these dates for the Arkansas Native Plant Society spring meeting in Bentonville, AR. Details to follow. Planned field trips will visit Hobbs State Park Conservation Area, Chesney Prairie Natural Area, … Continue reading