Mission

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. 

 

This summer interlude enjoy our natural treasures. Visit local natural areas to see native trees, shrubs and ground covers in their normal ecological communities. (Take a look at our photo gallery for some sample area pictures.)

The 2014-2015 will feature program meetings which focus on Natives in Home Landscapes. Watch for announcements in the calendar.

The Champion Trees of Martin County Program will continue through 2014--2015   Click for more information

***The Water and Land Legacy Amendment will be Number 1 on the November 2014 ballot ***

Sign up with Vote YES on 1 to get information to pass on to your neighbors. Make sure friends and family are registered to vote! 60% of the vote November 4 is needed to pass!! For our childrens' future, for clean water, and NO NEW TAX!!

We need everyone to get on the "Vote YES on 1"  Bandwagon!

The Board of Directors of MCFNPS urges members and friends to send support to get the message out to voters on this important conservation effort.

2014-2015:  Chapter President is Lorene Bachman; Chapter Representative to Council of Chapters is Debra Klein

NEW ADDRESS for the chapter, as of Jan 24, 2013: 
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  06.06.2014