The Maryland Native Plant Society


Throughout the year, programs are offered in the evening featuring speakers on topics as varied as identification, habitats, landscaping, and stewardship. Many programs include brief business meetings of the society.

    • 02/27/2024
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Zoom Meeting
    Tiny Forests, Big Results? Testing the Miyawaki Tiny Forest Concept in Urban Landscapes

    Speakers: Joe Chambers and Andrew Putnam


    We can accommodate the first 300 people who enter the Zoom meeting at the meeting time. After you register, you will receive a registration confirmation email with a link to the Zoom meeting. Registering does not guarantee a space in the Zoom meeting. 

    CHAMBERS will discuss early results observed in native plant composition and wildlife use of tiny forests over time. PUTNAM will describe the process of planting and maintaining a tiny forest. For more information on tiny forests, see New York Times article

    CHAMBERS: Joe is a registered Landscape Architect with 30 years of experience in urban, landscape and architectural design. He has worked extensively on large scale master planning and built landscape projects. He has also taught at Penn State and Rutgers Universities where he researched and wrote about landscape construction and the work of Frederick Law Olmsted. Joe is the leader of MKSK’s LAB for Climate and Biodiversity Resilience. PUTNAM: Andrew is a Certified Arborist and Superintendent of Urban Forestry and Landscapes for Cambridge Massachusett’s Public Works, for 5 years. He has been responsible for implementing the majority of the Urban Forestry Master Plan.

    Zoom opens at 7:00PM for pre-program board update and member Q&A. Presentations begin at 7:30PM and generally run until 8:45PM. 

    The program is free and open to the public.

    This will be recorded and available on our Webinars page.

    The program is free and open to the public.

    If you enjoy MNPS programs please consider clicking here to make a donation. And don't forget to renew your membership!

    Note that if you donate through the event registration, and subsequently cancel, the donation will temporarily appear as a credit.  It will take time for the donation to be reinstituted to your account.  Donations and membership dues are non-refundable.

    • 03/09/2024
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Online: Zoom and In Person

    Co-sponsored with The Nation's Capital Wild Ones. 

    Speaker: Tama Wong

    Tama Wong will talk about gardening in the Anthropocene, a time of change and where the imprint of human activity has reached all corners of the earth. She will make a case for wild gardens, managed for diversity and resilience, but not manicured control. The wild garden becomes a place not only to enjoy, but also to harvest weeds and intentional plantings for cooking, flower arrangements, teas, and celebrations.

    THE IN PERSON OPTION IS FULL. YOU MUST REGISTER FOR THE ZOOM OPTION TO GET THE ZOOM LINK. We can accommodate 300 people in Zoom. This Presentation will NOT be recorded.

    In Person Location IS FULL. Environmental Center at Glenstone, Potomac

    Tama is a wild food forager, author, and gardener. She supplies some of New York City's most prestigious restaurants and has a deep knowledge of wild produce that informs her impeccable taste in their flavors and uses. Her new book, Into the Weeds: A Forager's way to Garden, will be available for pre-order (publication date is March 12).

    Registration is required. After you register, you will receive a registration confirmation email with a link to the Zoom program and the address for the in-person location. Registering does not guarantee a space in the Zoom meeting or the in person program.

    Please consider the safety, health, and well-being of all participants in our programs and stay home if the participant is ill. Full refunds will be given for cancellations due to health concerns.

    • 03/26/2024
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Zoom Meeting

    Trying to put the "B" back in BMP (Best Management Practices): Common Practices for Managing Stiltgrass. By Art Gover

    How invader removal method affects native plant response. By Luke Flory


    We can accommodate the first 300 people who enter the Zoom meeting at the meeting time. After you register, you will receive a registration confirmation email with a link to the Zoom meeting. Registering does not guarantee a space in the Zoom meeting. 

    GOVER: Art will apply his decades of research and operational experiences managing invasive plants to stiltgrass and provide recommendations on methods that work best in various situations. FLORY: Luke will discuss his research on the effects of various invasive plant removal methods on native plant restoration.

    GOVER: Art conducted vegetation management research and outreach at Penn State for 35 years in row crop, roadside and utility, turfgrass, and natural area settings. This included 15 years working the PA State Park system to develop a statewide planning template, and park-level plans and implementation. He started a part-time commercial operation in 2008 specializing in invasive species planning and management, and in retirement does this full-ish time (foolish time?). FLORY: Luke’s research focuses on the mechanisms and impacts of non-native plant invasions with the goal of understanding long-term consequences of interactions between invasive species and other potential global change drivers such as climate change, fire, and emerging pathogens. The Flory Lab explores both basic and applied questions in systems such as the highlands of Galápagos, coffee agroecosystems in Costa Rica, eastern deciduous forests in the US, and pine forests and managed systems in Florida.

    Zoom opens at 7:00PM for pre-program board update and member Q&A. Presentations begin at 7:30PM and generally run until 8:45PM. 

    The program is free and open to the public.

    This will be recorded and available on our Webinars page.

    The program is free and open to the public.

    If you enjoy MNPS programs please consider clicking here to make a donation. And don't forget to renew your membership!

    Note that if you donate through the event registration, and subsequently cancel, the donation will temporarily appear as a credit.  It will take time for the donation to be reinstituted to your account.  Donations and membership dues are non-refundable.

    • 04/11/2024
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Garrett College Performing Arts Center - McHenry , MD

    SOLD OUT! Fortunately the sessions will be recorded and posted to the UME YouTube Channel; the link will be added here as soon as they become available.

    Make the critical connection between native plants, people, and wildlife!

    9:00 Check-in

    9:30 Evidenced-based Ecological Landscaping Approaches with Native Plants - Karin T. Burghardt, Assistant Professor, University of Maryland College Park, Department of Entomology

    Humans actively manage and alter the majority of earth's habitats. In this presentation, Dr. Karin Burghardt outlines ways that decisions within one's own personal scope of management (gardens, yards, parks, and other green spaces) alter plant/insect interactions particularly the successful completion of insect life cycles. Further, Dr. Burghardt suggests tweaks that can be made to practices such as native plant selection, vegetational complexity, yard care, and pest management to retain biodiversity and function in the spaces we inhabit everyday.

    Dr. Karin Burghardt is an Assistant Professor in the Entomology Department at the University of Maryland and a Research Associate at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center. Trained as a community ecologist, she specializes in understanding plant-insect interactions in human-modified landscapes ranging from suburban yards to abandoned agricultural fields to managed forests. By examining how human management practices alter the support of biodiversity in these spaces, the lab’s research program helps determine best practices for how humans can share space with a variety of flora and fauna.

    Karin received her M.S. and PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Yale University working with Oswald Schmitz on herbivore-induced defenses in goldenrod plants. Prior to that she received a B.S. from the University of Delaware in 2007 working with Douglas Tallamy on the role of non-native plants in ecosystems. Find more information on the lab’s work on her website.

    10:30 Break

    10:45 Climate Resilient Gardening - Pru Foster, PhD, Maryland Native Plant Society

    As human driven climate change accelerates, rain and temperature patterns in our gardens are changing. This impacts frost dates, water table levels, soil health, pollinators, and plant pests and diseases. Knowing how to successfully garden in this changing environment may seem overwhelming, but eco-friendly practices actually go a long way to resolving this dilemma. In this talk, Dr. Foster will explain how Maryland’s climate may evolve and practices to promote a resilient ecosystem in our gardens, now and into the future.

    Pru Foster has a diploma in Horticulture from the Royal Horticultural Society in the UK, similar to a Master Gardener certification, and one in garden design from the Garden Design School of Bristol Botanic Garden. She currently serves on the board of the Maryland Native Plant Society as secretary and is assistant editor for their publication Marilandica. She is also active in her local garden club and Wild Ones chapter, as well as stewarding her one acre lot for wildlife and beauty.  

    Pru has a PhD in astrophysics, but spent most of her paid career working on the impacts of climate change on ecosystem distributions and biodiversity. She was a co-author on some of the very first papers linking climate change to a species extinction - a rather depressing honor.  Pru has also been a life long activist working in areas like great ape rights, sustainable lifestyle choices, voting, and most recently, native plants.  She is author of “A Drop of Grace: Finding and Protecting our Common Ground” - a call to all to embrace low impact choices. She writes a monthly sustainable choices newsletter, “A Prudent Lifestyle”, which is available for free at  

    11:45 Lunch

    12:45 Controlling Invasive Plants - Judy Fulton, Principal, EcoPlant Consulting and Vice President, Maryland Native Plant Society

    Biodiversity is crucial for the survival of life on earth as we know it, but a third of U.S. native plants are headed toward extinction, and two-fifths of our ecosystems are at risk of collapse. Worldwide, 60% of plant and animal extinctions have been partially or completely due to invasive species. In this talk, Judy Fulton will describe how invasive plants are so successful at taking over, the damage they cause, and how to manage them. Come hear how we can all help native plants in Maryland's natural areas and in our own backyards.

    Judy Fulton, founder of EcoPlant Consulting, believes healthy ecosystems are crucial for human survival. She transforms places overrun by invasives into native landscapes, shares her knowledge via workshops and field trips, and serves as an expert in invasive plant litigation. Judy is Vice President of the Maryland Native Plant Society and a member of the Board of the Mid-Atlantic Invasive Plant Council. She has earned a Harvard MBA and three Maryland’s Top 100 Women awards from the Daily Record.

    Because she is passionate about natives and healthy natural communities, Judy is active in promoting native species and in fighting invasive species. During the 2023 Maryland legislative session, she worked with the Sierra Club on a number of bills and was pleased to see the Maryland Native Plants Program signed into law. Currently, she is working on proposed Maryland invasive plant legislation. Her consulting, her co-authoring Plant Invaders of Mid-Atlantic Natural Areas, Field Guide, and her lead role in creating the Mid-Atlantic Invaders Tool, an online guide to more than 900 invasive species, have positioned Judy as a sought-after advisor in ecorestoration.

    1:45 Break

    2:00 Cultivating Place: Returning Natives to Your LandscapeLinda Kramer & John Totten, Landscape Consultants and Woodland Plant Nursery Owners

    Western Maryland, although small in size, contains a wonderful diversity of plants and habitats. Mountain bogs and swamps as well as one of the hottest driest habitats in the Mid-Atlantic mix with more familiar fields and forests.  Translating this abundance into your own landscape can be a fascinating journey.  Join us as we take a hands-on look at using native plants to invoke the special places that surround us.

    Linda and John own both a landscape gardening firm and a woodland plant nursery and have been active in native plant education and conservation for many years. John holds a Master's Degree in Forest Ecology from the University of Michigan and Linda received a Master's in Education from Penn State. They have taught classes on native plants, community ecology, propagation and horticulture for Penn State, Chatham University and Phipps Conservatory. In addition, they have consulted on native plant projects for the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Chatham University, Pittsburgh Zoo, and Fallingwater.

    3:00 Symposium ends


    Sponsored by the Mountain Laurel Garden Club, Maryland Native Plant Society,

    Garrett College CEWD, and University of Maryland Extension.


    This is an approved MD Master Naturalist & MD Master Gardener Advanced Training Event.

    Conservation landscaping resource books will be available for purchase from MNPS (cash or check only.) 

    • 05/11/2024
    • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • New Germany State Park

    SAVE THE DATE!  Saturday May 11

    9th annual Mountain Maryland Native Plant Festival

    New Germany State Park in Garrett County

    Discover the important connection between native plants, people, & wildlife!

    • A large variety of native plants & nature-themed artisan items for sale!
    • Scheduled programs & activities highlight native plants & biodiversity!
    • Local experts answer questions on native plants & other conservation topics!

    The Maryland Native Plant Society is partnering with both New Germany and the Friends of New Germany State Park to sponsor this FREE event! The public is welcome to attend (no registration required) but your support of the vendors & organizations through your purchases is deeply appreciated!

    Driving Directions:

    From Baltimore: West on I-70 to Hancock. Pick up I-68 and travel through Cumberland, MD. Continue west to Exit 22. Enter the roundabout and take the fourth exit onto Chestnut Ridge Road. Pass the Comfort Inn and follow Chestnut Ridge Road for three miles to New Germany Road. Turn left and travel two miles to the New Germany State Park entrance on left. Travel time ~ three hours. Signs will direct you to parking for this special event. 

    From Washington, D.C.: Take 270 north to Frederick, MD. Pickup I-70 west and follow directions above for Baltimore. Travel time ~ 3.5 hours.

    From Pittsburgh, PA/Morgantown, WV: Take I-79 to I-68 east into Maryland to Exit 22 toward the Comfort Inn. Enter the roundabout and take the first exit onto Chestnut Ridge Road. Travel about three miles to New Germany Road. Turn left and travel to the New Germany State Park entrance on left. Travel time ~ one hour from Morgantown and 2 hours from Pittsburgh. Signs will direct you to parking for this special event. 

    Additional information to follow as details become available. Questions? Phone the park office at 301-895-5453 or email Liz McDowell at

Past Programs

01/30/2024 MNPS Monthly Program: Are Native Plants Warming to a Changing Climate? by Dr. Sara Tangren
11/28/2023 MNPS Monthly Program: Invader Detectives by Damien Ossi and Megan Carr
10/31/2023 MNPS Monthly Program: Lessons from an insect egg hunt by Madeline Potter
09/26/2023 MNPS Monthly Program: Research on Maryland's dying ash forests by Andrew Baldwin
08/29/2023 No August MNPS Monthly Program
07/25/2023 MNPS Monthly Program: Biological Control of Invasive Plants Using Insects by Ellen Lake
06/27/2023 MNPS Monthly Program: Ecological gardening with climate change resilience by Bethany Bradley
06/27/2023 MNPS Monthly Program: Ecological Gardening with Climate Change by Bethany Bradley
06/15/2023 Wild Ones: All About Ferns Zoom (Thursday)
05/23/2023 MNPS Monthly Program: Life Cycles, Landscape Practices & Growing Native Plants From Seed by Heather McCargo
03/18/2023 MNPS Hybrid Program and Field Trip: Foraging and Cooking with Invasive and Non-native Plants. (Saturday)
02/28/2023 MNPS Monthly Program: Creating Wildlife Habitat In Our Powerline Corridors
05/14/2022 Mountain Maryland Native Plant Festival
09/28/2021 MNPS Program: Native Grasses, Sedges and Rushes For Gardens and Landscapes
08/31/2021 MNPS Program: Non-Native Earthworms and Their Effects on Temperate Forest Soils
07/27/2021 MNPS Program: National Park Forests in the Eastern US: Ecological Value and Natural Resource Challenges
06/29/2021 MNPS Program: Human Impacts On Native Plants & Insects: Restoring Biodiversity
05/25/2021 MNPS Program: Gardening For Pollinators
05/08/2021 MT MD Native Plant Fest - Cancelled but virtual program & plants available!!!
05/04/2021 MNPS Program, Western Mountains Chapter: Super-Tough Wildflowers
04/27/2021 MNPS Program: Grasses That Bloom in the Spring
03/30/2021 MNPS Program: 50 Shades of Green--and yellow, pink, lavender, white... native spring wildflowers and foliage
02/23/2021 MNPS Program: Maryland's Fire History: Using Fire To Restore Natural Communities
02/09/2021 MNPS Program (members only): Plant ID Show and Tell
01/27/2021 MNPS Advocacy: MAGLEV Letter Writing Zoom Meeting
01/26/2021 MNPS Program: Diversity of a Serpentine Grassland at Bare Hills Barrens, Lake Roland Park: A 20 Year Study
11/12/2020 MNPS Program, Western Mountains Chapter: Making Central Appalachian Forests More Resilient: Restoring Late-successional forest structure
10/27/2020 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Flora and Fauna of Patuxent Refuge and Beltsville Agricultural Center: The Looming Threat From a MAGLEV/Federal Plan
10/08/2020 MNPS Program, Western Mountains Chapter (Thursday): Grass Identification For Dummies Like Us: How To Get Started Figuring Out Grasses
09/29/2020 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Native Grasses For Use in Home Gardens and Native Meadows
08/25/2020 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Native Planting and Other Yard Landscaping Techniques: An Insect's Point of View
07/28/2020 MNPS Program (Tuesday): History of Open Landscapes in the Mid-Atlantic Region
06/30/2020 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Native Plants: A Pollinator's Perspective
06/18/2020 Western Mountains: Program - CANCELLED
06/16/2020 MLGC: CANCELLED
05/26/2020 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Of Rice & Rails: The Delicate Ecology of Wild Rice Marshes on the Patuxent River-CANCELLED
05/19/2020 MLGC: Program
04/28/2020 MNPS Program (Tuesday): MDs Native Grasslands and Meadow, Plus City Nature Challenge ID Help-CANCELLED
03/31/2020 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Native planting and other yard landscape techniques: an insect's point of view-RESCHEDULED TO JULY 28 2020
03/17/2020 MLGC: Program
03/12/2020 Western Mountains: March Meeting & Program
02/25/2020 MNPS Program (Tuesday): An Introduction to the Year of the Grasses
02/13/2020 Western Mountains: February Meeting & Program
01/28/2020 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Discover the Full Capabilities of iNaturalist
11/26/2019 MNPS Annual Meeting and Program (Tuesday): Emerald Ash Borer Update
11/14/2019 Western Mountains: November Meeting & Program
10/29/2019 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Parasitic Plants Part 2
10/10/2019 Western Mountains: October Meeting & Program
09/24/2019 MNPS Program (Tuesday): From Mountains to Saltmarsh - Rediscovering Maryland Ornithological Society Sanctuaries
09/19/2019 Western Mountains: Workshop
08/27/2019 MNPS Program (Tuesday): "Area-wide Tick Control in Suburban Communities"
08/17/2019 Western Mountains: Outdoor Activity
07/31/2019 Western Mountains: Outdoor Activity
07/30/2019 MNPS Program (Tuesday): "Dark Secrets on the Forest Floor"
07/15/2019 Western Mountains: Outdoor Activity
06/25/2019 MNPS Program (Tuesday): "How to recognize old-growth forests, and what makes them so special"
06/25/2019 Western Mountains: Outdoor Activity
06/12/2019 Western Mountains: Outdoor Activity
05/31/2019 Serpentine Barrens of the Northern Piedmont-Nottingham, PA (Friday)
05/28/2019 MNPS Program (Tuesday): "The Mushroom Chronicles: Why Plants Need Fungi""
05/25/2019 Pomonkey Forest Native Plant Walk and Trash Cleanup (Saturday)
05/24/2019 Western Mountains: Outdoor Activity
05/06/2019 Western Mountains: Outdoor Activity
04/30/2019 MNPS Program (Tuesday): "Are the Little Things Running the World?"
04/26/2019 Western Mountains: Outdoor Activity
03/26/2019 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Emerald Ash Borer Update for Maryland
03/23/2019 Creating Biodiversity in Your Environment (Baltimore County Forestry Board workshop)
03/14/2019 Western Mountains: March Meeting & Program
02/26/2019 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Invisible Connections - Introduction to Parasitic Plants
02/14/2019 Western Mountains: February Meeting & Program
02/09/2019 Rock Creek Orchid Club program-Native Orchids
11/27/2018 MNPS Program (Tuesday): O Where Are The Pines Of Piney Branch?
11/08/2018 Western Mountains: November Meeting & Program
10/30/2018 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Insects associated with local Apocynaceae, with side trips to the Caribbean and Horn of Africa
10/11/2018 Western Mountains: October Meeting & Program
09/25/2018 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Naked Mountain, The Delights and Challenges of Owning a Virginia Natural Area Preserve
08/28/2018 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Helping Nature Help Itself
08/06/2018 Western Mountains: Outdoor Activity
07/31/2018 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Milkweeds and Their Communities
07/16/2018 Western Mountains: Outdoor Activity
06/29/2018 Western Mountains: Outdoor Activity
06/26/2018 MNPS Program (Tuesday): The Algae of Maryland: Diversity, Distribution and Environmental Importance
06/08/2018 Western Mountains: Outdoor Activity
05/29/2018 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Ferns in the Natural Landscape
05/07/2018 Western Mountains: Outdoor Activity
04/24/2018 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Spring Wildflowers
04/22/2018 Environmental Concern Celebrates Earth Day at Layton's Chance Winery
04/16/2018 Western Mountains: Outdoor Activity
04/07/2018 Fish Grow On Trees-Wildlife Considerations for Streamside Forest Buffer Plantings (Carroll County)
03/27/2018 MNPS Program (Tuesday): The Limits of Restoration
03/20/2018 Mountain Laurel Garden Club
03/13/2018 Allegany & Garrett Counties' Bird Club
03/08/2018 Western Mountains: March Meeting & Program
02/27/2018 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Dogbanes and Milkweeds
02/08/2018 Western Mountains: February Meeting & Program
01/30/2018 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Life on the Edge
12/03/2017 Water Forum (sponsored by Sierra Club)
11/28/2017 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Members Share and (Short) Annual Meeting
10/24/2017 MNPS Program (Tuesday): The Botanical Society of Washington; Partnering for Plants
09/26/2017 MNPS Program (Tuesday): The Humane Gardener: Nurturing Habitat for Wildlife with author Nancy Lawson
08/29/2017 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Peas of Maryland
08/04/2017 Western Mountains Chapter: Outdoor Activity
07/25/2017 MNPS Program (Tuesday): How Geology Affects Plants: Examples Near Great Falls, MD
06/27/2017 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Transforming the Natural Heritage Plant List
06/08/2017 Hometown Habitat: Lecture & Documentary Film
06/02/2017 Western Mountains Chapter: Outdoor Activity
05/30/2017 MNPS Program (Tuesday): Fabaceae (Pea Family) of Our Region
05/05/2017 Western Mountains Chapter: Outdoor Activity
04/25/2017 MNPS Program: Native orchids - Ecologically interesting and deserving of MNPS support for their conservation
04/23/2017 MNPS Workshop: SERC Flora Project
03/28/2017 MNPS Program: Bringing Back the Grasslands, One Lawn at a Time
02/28/2017 MNPS Program: Vulnerability of Tidal Wetlands to Sea Level Rise (Tuesday)
01/31/2017 MNPS Program: A tale of two vines (Tuesday)
11/29/2016 The Science behind Wild and Designed Plant Communities (Tuesday)
10/28/2016 Additions, Deletions and Re-deletions to the Maryland Flora (Friday)
10/25/2016 Native Medicinal Plants: Cultivation, Conservation and Ethnobotany (Tuesday)
10/18/2016 Western Mountains Chapter: October Meeting & Program
10/01/2016 MNPS Program and Field Trip: Introduction to Native Plants and Visit to Cavano's Perennials (Saturday)
09/27/2016 Documenting Maryland's Flora Through Space and Time: the Norton-Brown Herbarium and the Maryland Plant Atlas
08/30/2016 Native Plant Production Utilizing Seeds of Local Ecotype
07/26/2016 Creating Beautiful Landscapes for Pollinator and Wildlife Habitat: Smithsonian Gardens to Your Front Yard (Tuesday)
06/28/2016 Conifer Diversity in Maryland: Identification and Ecology (Tuesday)
05/31/2016 Update on Wavyleaf Basketgrass: Habitat, Dispersal, Competition and Control (Tuesday)
04/26/2016 Signs of Deer
03/29/2016 Year of the Conifer (Tuesday)
03/17/2016 Native Plants in the Landscape (Thursday)
02/23/2016 Vegetation Dynamics in Serpentine Soil (Tuesday)
01/26/2016 Year of the Conifer- CANCELED DUE TO SNOW AND ICE
11/17/2015 Holiday Social and Members Share Night
10/27/2015 Native Plants of the Mid-Atlantic: Botanical Artists for Education and the Environment
10/20/2015 Western Mts Chapter Program: An Evaluation of Pest and Disease Vulnerability of DC Urban Street Trees
10/17/2015 Western Mts Chapter Program: Ginseng Talk & Fall Foliage Walk
09/29/2015 Ecological Restoration of Invaded Urban Forests
08/25/2015 What's in a Name? Botanical Names Explored
08/18/2015 Western Mountains Chapter Program
07/28/2015 MNPS Program: NatureServe- A Network Approach to Conserving Plants
06/30/2015 MNPS Program: Native and Non-native Vines in Maryland’s Natural Areas
06/16/2015 Woodland Ecosystems Urban Design (Tuesday)
06/13/2015 Bay-Wise and Beautiful Garden Tour (Saturday)
05/26/2015 Non-native invasive insects and diseases: What do they like to eat and attack?
05/07/2015 MNPS Northeast Chapter Program
05/07/2015 Douglas Tallamy- Book Signing and Presentation
04/28/2015 Effects of Non-native Earthworms on Mid-Atlantic Forest Soils
03/31/2015 Statewide Eyes Program: A Citizen Science Contribution to Protecting Maryland Biodiversity
02/24/2015 Year of the Vines
01/27/2015 The Effects of Climate Change on Native Plants
10/28/2014 A Year in Rock Creek Park: the Wild, Wooded Heart of Washington, DC
09/30/2014 Deer Overabundance: Unintended Ecological Consequences
08/26/2014 Herbal Uses for Native Plants - and a few pioneers...
07/29/2014 The Maryland Amphibian Reptile Atlas
06/24/2014 Amelanchier (Shadbush) of the Potomac Gorge
05/27/2014 The Decline of Orchid Populations in the Catoctin Mountains
05/04/2014 Native Plant Palooza
04/29/2014 Maryland Botanical Heritage Work Group Report Highlights
03/25/2014 The Mysterious Biology of Native Orchids
02/25/2014 Maryland Biodiversity Project
01/28/2014 MNPS Monthly Program: Introduction to the Rose Family in Maryland
01/22/2014 Plant Conservation Lecture Series- United States Botanic Garden
11/26/2013 MNPS Monthly Program: Members Share and (Short) Annual Meeting
10/29/2013 MNPS Monthly Program: How Are Mountain Wildflowers and Pollinators Responding to a Changing Climate?
10/22/2013 MNPS Program: Learn about Lupines and Invasive Plants
09/24/2013 MNPS Monthly Program: Challenges of Native Prairie Coastal Restoration
08/27/2013 MNPS Monthly Program: Geology and Natural History of Maryland
07/30/2013 MNPS Monthly Program: Let’s Do Lunch-The Uneasy Relationship Between Ungulates and the Landscapes They Inhabit
06/25/2013 MNPS Monthly Program: From Mountains to Sea: Maryland’s Natural Areas
05/28/2013 MNPS Monthly Program: The Path from Heath to Gardens
05/15/2013 MNPS Program: Native Plant Garden Tour
05/14/2013 Movie Night and "Early-Bird" Walk
04/30/2013 MNPS Monthly Program: Heath Diversity in Maryland
03/26/2013 MNPS Monthly Program: The Ecology of Wavyleaf Basketgrass
02/26/2013 MNPS Monthly Program: Introduction to Maryland's Heaths
01/29/2013 MNPS Monthly Program: Oak Hybrids of Our Region
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