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Night Out With Native Plants – City Park NOLA

Drinks, nibbles, native plant love, and great company at Night Out with Native Plants! Gather at the native plant trail on Big Lake for a guided tour from Tammany Baumgarten of the NPI Native Plant Initiative of Greater New Orleans and a scavenger hunt to test your knowledge and make new discoveries. Bring a date, […]

Weed Management – Zoom Presentation

Weed management Zoom meeting presented by Jennifer Prout. Outline of presentation TBA. REGISTRATION WILL BE REQUIRED.  Sponsored by Wild Ones Pontchartrain Basin.

Cullowhee Native Plant Conference – Western Carolina University

The Cullowhee Native Plant Conference July 17-20, 2024 Western Carolina University Cullowhee, NC Registration for 2024 opens April 1.

Native Hibiscus & Mallows – Life Long Learning Program – Walker

There are several different kinds of hibiscus that grow wild in Louisiana. They do not freeze like tropical hibiscus but come back year after year. Learn about how to identify and grow them, how easily they might fit your landscape plans, as well as their benefits to native bees. Southeastern Livingston Center, 9261 Florida Blvd. […]

Briarwood Bio Bash – Saline

Guided hikes, workshops and presentations, and an iNaturalist BioBlitz. August 2nd, 3rd, and 4th at Briarwood Nature Preserve 216 Caroline Dorman Rd, Saline, LA Chris Richmond identify and cultivate local mushrooms Linda Barber Auld learn to increase butterfly activity by adding a buffet of selected caterpillar host and nectar plants. John Dillon how to identify […]

Lily Orchid Days – Pitkin

Allen Acres Natural Area It will be hot but this is the time of the year that Carolina Lily (Lilium michauxii) and Yellow Fringed Orchid (Platanthera ciliaris) are in flower and perhaps yellow fringeless orchid (Platanthera integra) and crested yellow orchid (Platanthera cristata). There will be good spots for these plus other notable plants for […]

Guided Tour of the Abita Flatwoods Preserve

Guided tour with experts on the ecosystem of the Abita Flatwoods Preserve, such as Latimore Smith and Nelwyn McGinnis or Matthew Herron. Registration will be limited (TBA) to protect the ecosystem of the area. Directions From I-12 at the Abita Springs/Mandeville Exit (Exit 65, the first exit east of Hwy. 190, Causeway Blvd.) go north […]

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