Next Tuesday, April 13th, we will host a Zoom presentation by Jennifer Sowerwine. She specializes in Metropolitan Agriculture, Sustainable Food Systems, Agroecology and Food Sovereignty at UC Berkeley Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management. Please join us for an enlightening evening, Karie Pappani Pahove Chapter President Pahove presentation_Sowerwine_041321
INPS-Pahove Chapter’s Wildflower Show WHEN: Sunday May 9, 2021 (Mother’s Day!) (11am-4pm) WHERE: Idaho Botanical Garden (IBG), 2355 Old Penitentiary Rd, Boise, ID 83712. COST: IBG admission fees will be charged, except for members of IBG and Reciprocal Admission Program COVID MASKS: This event is public. IBG requires visitors to wear masks. MORE INFORMATION: Call 208-954-1092.
Our regularly scheduled monthly presentation will be next Tuesday, March 9th, at 7pm by Josh Newman, Supervisory Silviculture Forester (South Zone) . Please join us to learn more about Bogus Basin Forest Health & Management.
Our next talk will be on mistletoe by Carol Wilson and is scheduled for next Tuesday, February 9, at 6 pm Pacific Time/7 pm Mountain Time. Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82526946424 Meeting ID: 825 2694 6424
Tuesday, January 12th, 7pm MST by John Keeley on the Nexus Between Wildfires, Climate Change and Population Growth. Jon E. Keeley, is currently a Senior research scientist with the U.S. Geological Survey stationed at Sequoia Ntl. Park in California. We are very fortunate to have him as a speaker. His experience, publications and awards are an incredible […]
We are in for a sweet Zoom presentation this upcoming Tuesday, Dec. 8th at 7pm MST. We are very excited for Ron Bitner’s talk on Bees, Wine and Biodiversity in the Vineyard. Ron is an alumni of the College of Idaho in Caldwell, an expert on bee pollination and owner/operator of Bitner Vineyards, a local […]
We are pleased to announce that our November Zoom Presentation will be next Tuesday, Nov.10th, by author, Jack Nisbet. This is sure to be a fascinating journey into the lives of the Leibergs in Idaho. You won’t want to miss it!
Our October 13th Zoom presentation at 7pm is Cheatgrass: history, biology, and the future in North America by Roger Rosentreter. Click on https://zoom.us/j/93901942710 to join our presentation. Please remember that, for the time being, we are limited to 100 participants, which worked out in September. If we start to max that out, then we will increase the number to […]
Do you want to see descriptions and plant lists for self-guided wildflower trails in the Boise Front, find out more about the local flora in general, or just learn more about the unique natural history of the Boise Front? If so, keep an eye on https://boisefrontnature.com, being developed by Barbara Ertter, Paul Shaffer, Bob Gobeille, […]
MAPPING THE SAGEBRUSH SEA presented by T. Trevor Cauglin, Ph. D. Sagebrush is a keystone species of cold desert ecosystems across the American West. The Caughlin lab at Boise State is studying how sagebrush populations are changing across space and time in the Great Basin, from movement of individual seeds to region wide changes in […]