Pahove Wildflower Walk, April 10

Lydle Gulch Wildflower Walk, Wednesday, Apr 10, starting at 1:30 pm Weather and trails permitting, our next Pahove Chapter wildflower walk will be next Wednesday afternoon, April 10, to Lydle Gulch in the Lucky Peak Dam Recreation Area, led by local botanist Barbara Ertter (  Meet at the Lydle Gulch trailhead on the southeast side […]

Pahove Plant Sale April 26-7

We are going back to in-person shopping again this year at the MK Nature Center. Friday, April 26th: Members-Only Sale 5pm-7pm. If your Membership has lapsed, please renew On-line by Thursday, April 25 at:Membership | Idaho Native Plant Society *It is very difficult for us to navigate new and renewal memberships during the sale, so […]

Pahove presentation March 12

Tuesday, March 12th at 7pm MST at the MK Nature Center or from home via Zoom to hear about:   “Boise’s Vanishing Wildflowers” by Barbara Ertter   The Boise Front has a wonderful diversity of beautiful wildflowers, but can we take them for granted?  Come find out what historical records can tell us, why invasive […]

Pahove presentation February 13

Where: MK Nature Center or Home via Zoom (The Zoom link will be sent out before the presentation.) When: Tuesday, February 13th @ 7pm MST Presenter: Michael Mancuso Title: Join Pahove for a trip to the Idaho mountains during our February presentation. Come learn about the Idaho Peaks Project – an initiative to conduct botanical inventories […]

Pahove presentation January 9

Pahove Presentation  Where: MK Nature Center or Home via Zoom (Zoom link will be sent out before the presentation.) When: Tuesday, January 9th @ 7pm MST Presenter & Topic: Richard Rachman is a plant ecologist and PhD student at BSU. His talk will be about invasive plants in urban areas, mapping invasive plant species using iNaturalist, […]

Pahove presentation November 14

Join us Nov 14, 7 pm at the MK Nature Center or via zoom Soil seed banks (“seed banks”) are a critical and understudied component of ecological communities. They contribute to local population persistence, and provide a signature of past, present, and future characteristics of a plant community. In western North America, the Bureau of […]