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 […]
INPS Pahove Chapter Pizza Party & Seed Exchange Your RSVP is requested by Monday, September 25 at noon. Click Here to RSVP Tuesday, September 26th, 6pm- 8pm Smoky Mountain Pizzeria & Grill 1805 W State St, Boise, ID 83702, USA **Lets get the season kicked off in person! Current members and those that would like […]
2023 Idaho Native Plant Sale flyer 2023 INPS Native Plant Sale Availability List, amended 4-21-23 The Plant Ordering link is https://plantsale.idahonativeplants.org/ ON-LINE ORDERING Sat. April 22 thru Mon. April 24 (or while supplies last) ordering link will be posted by noon Sat. April 22 CURBSIDE PICK-UP Fri. April 28 thru Mon. May 1 11am-6pm (most days) *you will […]
Our monthly meeting, 7pm April 11 at the MK Nature Center, will feature Bob Mosely on revisiting Shangri-la: A Century of Environmental and Social Change in the Mountains of SW China.
Please join Pahove for “The Sagebrush Sea in Southeastern Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming: Composition, Distinction, and Conservation Value” , presented by Dr. Matt Lavin, Montana State University. Tuesday, March 14th, at 7pm, at the MK Nature Center. A zoom link will be available. Abstract: Understanding the composition, distinction, and conservation value of mountain and Wyoming big sagebrush […]
In person @ 7pm MST at the MK Nature Center or attend via Zoom. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the link. There are hundreds of species of wild, native bees found in Idaho, but no survey has yet been undertaken. Dr. Ron Bitner and Amy Dolan have spent the last 3 years attempting to learn what […]
Michael Mancuso, our INPS state president and long time professional botanist, will present on: Made in Idaho: Idaho’s Endemic Plant Species Idaho has more than 3,000 plant species. Some of them occur in Idaho and nowhere else. This presentation will introduce you to a subset of these Idaho endemic plant species. Each one has a […]
Our upcoming presentation is by Rob Laport, our new director of the College of Idaho, Harold M. Tucker Herbarium in Caldwell. It is just one short week away next Tuesday, December 13th at 7pm MST. You can join in person at the MK Nature Center or attend via Zoom. Please email email@example.com for the link. […]
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Our 4th annual Wildflower Plus Show will be held Sunday, May 8, 2022 from 10am-3pm at the Idaho Botanical Garden. Come admire dozens of freshly collected local wildflowers, weeds, and other plants attractively arranged and labeled with common and scientific names