On this easy walk we will encounter early spring flowers led by Dr. Karl Holte. Meet at Kinney Creek (off Mink Creek Road) at 6 pm.
THE NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY INVITES YOU TO A MUSHROOM HUNT THIS SATURDAY, MAY 9 Brad Willis will be leading a wild (and edible) mushroom hunt this Saturday, May 9. To carpool or caravan: Meet at 10:00 am by the Bison Sculpture by the big parking lot at ISU lower campus (5thand Dillon). Or…Meet at […]
There will be two lectures on NATIVE PLANTS OF IDAHO AND COLORADO at 7 pm in the South Fork Room, 3rd floor of the Pond Student Union at ISU. See Sawabi page for details.
Native Plant Annual Field Trip Kick-off at Cherry Springs, followed by a Potluck. See Chapter page for details.
Join the Sawabi Chapter (Pocatello) on Monday, April 6, for their annual dinner and officer elections at Puerto Vallarta, 160 W Cedar St. More details to follow.
In this beautiful, educational and fun slide presentation, Dr. Kallas shows how to identify, harvest and prepare nutritious, delicious, and abundant edible wild plants found within walking distance of your kitchen. He also shows you features that make for effective learning in any wild food book. This presentation is a sampling of the content of […]
Idaho State University, Wood River Room, Pocatello, Idaho The Sah-Wah-Be Chapter of the Idaho Native Plant Society is pleased to sponsor the 1st Idaho Native Flora Workshop. Co-hosts include: The Idaho Museum of Natural History, Ray J. Davis Herbarium, and the Idaho State University Department of Biological Sciences. Theme: Back to Basics in Field Identification […]
Field Trips and Events thru September May 18 – Monday 6:30pm- University Pond; I-15 exit 47 Carpool 5:45pm from Bison on ISU campus or meet at 6:30pm in large lot north of Flying J. See early blooming native &water plants on ISU research property. May 30 – Saturday 10am – City of Rocks south of […]
Please read the Sah-Wah-Be chapter section of this website for detailed write-ups on these topics and others. New Officers: A slate of officers was unanimously elected at the annual meeting April 7, with Barbara Nicholls selected to be this year’s president. Death Valley: Eighteen Native Plant Society members and friends experienced a great week in […]
SPECIAL TO ALL INPS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS An Invitation to a Spring Break Trip to Death Valley! (March 22-30, 2008) Several Sah-Wah-Be chapter members from Pocatello have decided to go to Death Valley during the week of Idaho State University’s Spring Break (March 22-30) to enjoy the flowers and DV’s unique and varied habitat. An […]