Pahove program, February 13

Idaho’s intriguing Orchids presented by Lynn Kinter, PhD Lynn is lead botanist at the Idaho Natural Heritage Program, Idaho Department of Fish and Game. She conducts research on rare native plants, including a threatened orchid, Ute ladies-tresses.   Idaho is home to 28 native orchids. They occur in a surprising array of color, shapes, and sizes, from […]

Pahove Program Jan 9

LONG TERM CONSEQUENCES OF USING NONNATIVE SPECIES IN POST-FIRE RESTORATION AND FUEL-BREAKS How implicit goals can define “success” or “failure”. presented by Francis F. Kilkenny, PhD US Forest Service RMRS Great Basin Native Plant Project Lead Dr. Kilkenny of Boise will share examples of his studies on some long-term vegetation dynamics of post-fire restoration seedings in the […]

Pahove Meeting November 14

  Using Science and Partnerships to Restore Table Rock presented by Martha Brabec Parks and Recreation Foothills Restoration Specialist  Mesa Reserve, home of the iconic Table Rock Cross, is located in the heart of the highly-imperiled sagebrush steppe ecosystem and provides environmental, social, health, economic and related benefits to the surrounding community. Martha will share an […]

Pahove meeting, October 10

Join us for a seedy presentation!  Pahove Chapter meeting: Oct. 10th, 7pm at the MKNC We will be hearing from Peggy Faith of Xeric Gardening about the National Native Seed Conference.  You will learn about research, organizations, and new ideas all having to do with native seed. Plus, we will have a seed exchange. Bring […]

Pahove Presentation April 11

​join us for our last Pahove Chapter presentation until fall: TABLE ROCK 20 years of “taming” a weedy interface, and then it caught fire! presented by Bert Bowler, “extreme gardener” Bert has lived two decades on the Warm Spring Mesa transforming his landscape into a sustainable, drought tolerant, native plant habitat while bordering on an […]

Pahove presentation, Feb 14

Adventures in Gardening with Native Plants Discoveries, Delights and Disappointments presented by Diane Jones of Draggin’ Wing Farm Water-thrifty Plants for Idaho and the Intermountain West Diane will take us on a visual tour of lessons learned over a dozen years of developing an ever-evolving  small nursery business that specializes in native and locally-adapted low-water […]

Pahove presentation, Jan 18

Cancelled due to weather conditions If you have questions about next weeks meeting, please call Susan 867-6188 ISLE ROYALE: Superior Wilderness presented by JoAnne Michaels Isle Royale National Park is a remote island cluster in Lake Superior, near Michigan’s border with Canada.  With rich and diverse populations of native plants, it’s a car-free wilderness of […]

Pahove Meeting Tuesday Dec 13

The 1990 Haybaling Expedition to the Bighorn Crags– a blast from the past! presented by Barbara Ertter and Michael Mancuso Join us for stories recounted and interesting plants found during a 1990 botanical expedition into the remote Bighorn Crags of east-central Idaho. A time when forest-service mules hauled gear and presses into a back-country base […]