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.

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Sagebrush.  We all like sagebrush for its personality. But it might finally get the recognition it deserves by providing chemicals for human medicine.

College of Idaho researchers are looking for new medicines in Idaho sagebrush, as reported in the Idaho Statesman, Feb 26.

 

 

 

Volunteers needed! A chance for those in the Treasure Valley to get out and help restore native landscapes damaged in recent fires.

The Idaho Statesman (Feb 26) reports that Idaho Fish and Game is seeking volunteers to plant thousands of sagebrush and bitterbrush seedlings during March at several locations.

 

 

 

Our statewide journal, Sage Notes, is published four times a year. The December 2014 edition of Sage Notes is available here.

The 2015 Annual Meeting, Two Sides of the Tetons, will be held in conjunction with the Wyoming Native Plant Society July 10-13. Read more here.

Grant Proposals due March 31! The Idaho Native Plant Society (INPS) is soliciting proposals for its Education, Research, and Inventory Grant (ERIG) program. Grants of up to $1,000 will be awarded in 2015 to support projects that contribute to the appreciation, conservation, or knowledge of Idaho’s native flora or vegetation. Read more here.

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