Welcome to the website of the Idaho Native Plant Society. The Idaho Native Plant Society (INPS) is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to promoting interest in native plants and plant communities, and collecting and sharing information on all phases of the botany of native plants in Idaho. The Society seeks to foster an understanding and appreciation of our native flora and to preserve this rich heritage for future generations. In keeping with our mission, it is the intent of the INPS to educate its membership and the public about current conservation issues that affect Idaho’s native flora and habitats. Membership is open to anyone interested in our native flora. Read more here.
Our statewide newsletter, Sage Notes, is published four times a year. The December 2015 edition of Sage Notes is available here.
The 27th Rare Plant Conference will take place February 10-11, 2016 in Boise. Call for Presentations for the conference is here. Registration for the conference is now open. Click here for the registration form.
The Idaho Native Plant Society Annual Meeting, hosted by the White Pine Chapter, will be held the weekend of June 10–13, 2016, based at Fish Creek campground near Grangeville, Idaho. Find more information here: 2016 INPS Annual Meeting. Also, a full description and registration form will be in spring 2016 Sage Notes. Plan to attend!
Plant Sales, Chapter Announcements, and other Events can be found on the right. Click on a topic for more details.