Register for the 30th Rare Plant Conference: Feb.28-Mar.1, 2022

30th Rare Plant Conference: Monday, February 28, and Tuesday, March 1, 2022 The Idaho Native Plant Society’s Rare Plant Conference is normally conducted every other year as a three-day, in-person conference where issues related to Idaho’s flora are discussed and where Idaho’s rare plants are ranked to determine their protection requirements.  Because of Covid, the 2022 conference will be conducted as an on-line conference and will be reduced in […]

Pahove Chapter’s Wildflower Show May 9, 2021

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.  

27th Rare Plant Conference February 10-11–Registration-OPEN Now!

The 27th Idaho Rare Plant Conference aims to be informative with scientific presentations and panel speakers, professional with opportunities to make connections with fellow plant enthusiasts, and exciting. Packard’s milkvetch, Astragalus cusickii var. packardiae, is our highlighted species this year, but we will discuss many other rare and interesting plants during the conference. Please click […]

Idaho Botanical Foray, June 18-22

The 8th Annual Idaho Botanical Foray    Selway River, Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest,  June 18-22, 2015 (Thursday through Monday) For those unfamiliar with the Idaho Botanical Foray project, Jim Smith (BSU) started the Idaho Botanical Forays in 2008 with the goal of establishing collaborations between the four institutions in Idaho that have large active herbaria – Boise State […]

2013 Photo Contest Winners

Lewisia rediviva-Sue Braastad 1st place Individual species Mimulus lewisii-S & S Wildflowers 2nd place Individual species Townsendia montana 3rd place Individual species Penstemon deustus-Derek Duval 1st place Multiple species-Habitat Xerophyllum tenax-James P. Riser II 2nd place Multiple species-Habitat Castilleja covilleana-Stephen Love 3rd place Multiple species-Habitat Cephalanthera austiniae-James P. Riser II 1st place Plant-pollinator interaction Chaenactis […]