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The Magnolia Chapter, Host of the 2015 FNPS 35th Annual Conference, serves North Florida: Leon County, plus Gadsden, Hamilton, Jefferson and Madison counties

Contact Information:

For Information about this chapter, contact our FNPS Board of Directors Representative, Scott Davis:
     e-mail: TorreyaTrekker@gmail.com, phone: 954-292-3099

The Magnolia Chapter President is Gail Fishman:
      email: grtener@gmail.com

To request being added to the Magnolia Chapter e-mail list, click here

The FNPS Magnolia Chaper mailing address is: 800 Ocala Road, Ste 300-142, Tallahassee FL 32304 

Submit gallery photos, links or documents for this site to Helen Roth:  troth001@comcast.net

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Photos requested for 2015 CalendarPlease send us your pictures to be considered for the 2015 Calendar.  The theme is "Plants on Public Lands".  We are looking for plant pictures taken in publicly accessible locations (e.g. state/national parks, forests, WMA, WMD etc) [actually if you have a great picture taken on private property, but can give us a public location we can steer people to see the plant, that is fine too].  We will sort the pictures by time of year, so picture from the hard to cover months of Jan, November and December are particularly welcome.  You can send us electronic files, or links to web albums at the following address: fnpsmagnolia@aol.comAlso, we are always looking for volunteers to serve on the calendar committee!

Spread the word of Bringing Nature Home! Contact Beth Grant, bethgrant@bellsouth.net, to bring Doug Tallamy's slideshow to your community group - garden clubs, libraries, civic organizations, scout troops, schools, and more.

Student Scholarship for the FNPS State Conference  - $500 has been awarded to FSU biology student Kaitlin Griffith to attend the 2014 FNPS annual conference this May in Ft. Myers.

Student Scholarship for Panhandle Research Grant - $500 has been awarded to FSU biology student Natali Miller for research on Federally-threatened telephus spurge (Euphorbia telephioides).

 

Published on  08.07.2014