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


Welcome to the Magnolia Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society
Serving North Florida: Leon County, plus Gadsden, Hamilton, Jefferson and Madison counties

The mission of the Florida Native Plant Society is to promote the preservation, conservation and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida. FNPS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. 

The Magnolia Chapter is one of 37 Florida Native Plant Society (FNPS) chapters throughout the state. It is through our chapters that we provide most of our opportunities to participate in preserving Florida's native flora, opportunities to learn about our natural heritage and teach others, and the values inherent in interacting with others who have similar interests. Members of our 37 FNPS chapters include beginners and experts alike, but are all united in their interest in learning about and preserving Florida's native plants.

Chapter Activities:


Board Members & Contact Information

President Scott Davis

Contact Information

For Information about this chapter, contact
our Chapter Representative,
Nicole Zampieri:
e-mail: nicolezampieri1@gmail.com

The Magnolia Chapter President is
Scott Davis:
e-mail: torreyatrekker@gmail.com

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



Helen Roth

Secretary Jan Blue
Treasurer Rayanne Mitchell
Chapter Representative        Nicole Zampieri          
Past President Gail Fishman
At-Large James Cooper                   
At-Large Beth Grant

Chapter Address:


PO Box 3434, Tallahassee FL 32315-3434

At-Large Ann Johnson         
At-Large Karen Berkley
At-Large Nia Wellendorf
Student Member Louie Castillo


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Published on  03.01.2019