Pahove Presentation January 10

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 […]

Pahove presentation December 13

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 for the link.  […]

Pahove presentation, March 8

Join us Tuesday, March 8th at 7pm for a fascinating presentation filled with spectacular photos of: Idaho’s Wicked Plants: Painful, Poisonous, and Pernicious Species By: Lynn Kinter We may think of plants as passive organisms that spend their days vegetating, but many are actually defending themselves from being eaten, and a few are capturing or […]

Pahove presentation February 8

Our next presentation on Tuesday, Feb.8th at 7pm will be on the National Seed Strategy Progress to Date by Peggy Olwell, BLM Plant Conservation and Restoration Program Lead Join Zoom Meeting   Join us to find out how we get the right seed in the right place at the right time! Come learn about the National […]

Pahove presentation January 11

A Look at the Miocene Flora of the Greater Idaho Region Presented by Patrick F. Fields, Ph.D. Tuesday, January 11th at 7pm Join Zoom Meeting   You may know Idaho’s modern plants, but what about those of the past?  Come join Dr. Patrick Fields for a virtual presentation to see a snapshot of plants that […]

Pahove presentation December 14

Pahove Chapter Presentation Tuesday, December 14th @ 7pm New Discoveries and What’s Cool in the Boise Front By Barbara Ertter Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 874 2254 7951 Any guesses on how many different kinds of plants grow in the Boise Front, and what they are?  Probably a lot more than you think!  Prepare to […]