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Promote the preservation, conservation and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida

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Join us as we bring our appreciation of Florida's native plants and native plant communities to the attention of our neighbors. Join us on the first Tuesday of the month October through May at 7 pm at the Environmental Studies Center auditorium for regular meetings.

The 2014-2015 season begins Tuesday, Oct 7. Check our calendar for information.

THANK YOU ALL AMENDMENT 1 SUPPORTERS

***The Water and Land Legacy Amendment*** 

SURPASSED THE 60 % MARK!!!!!

81% in St. Lucie County*

85% in Palm Beach County*

79% in Martin County*

75% approval rate statewide.*

* information gleaned by Eve Samples, columnist for Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers

Now the work of implementing this conservation amendment begins. Stay tuned to FNPS and your local chapter to learn how we can be a voice for good land management.

 

2014-2015:  Chapter President is Lorene Bachman; Chapter Representative to Council of Chapters is Ellen Broderick

Send chapter mail to:  Cocoplum Chapter FNPS, PO Box 233, Stuart, FL 34995-0233

Photo:  The native firebush, Hamelia patens var patens, courtesy of J. Bausch

Published on  04.12.2014