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All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise indicated. All are welcomed to become members. Membership is open to anyone interested in native plants.

 

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Congratulations to us, the Nebraska Native Plant Society, on our 10th anniversary. To help celebrate we will be having a special annual meeting on Thursday, April 20 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the State Museum of Natural History (Morrill Hall) on the UNL campus. The theme of the meeting will be: State of Nebraska Native Plants 2017. The meeting is open to anyone interested in native plants and habitats in the state. The format will be a series of 5-minute presentations interspersed with brief question/answer periods. The 5-minute presentations can be informal, or in the form of an Ignite Talk (see http://www.ignitetalks.io/ ). Also, if you have ideas for NNPS field trips this summer, please bring them to the meeting.


Attendees can park anywhere in the loop to the north of the museum, including the museum visitor lot opposite the front door. Tell the front desk that you are there for the NNPS meeting and you will not be charged admission. When you enter Morrill Hall, go to the basement. The meeting room will be on the west side of the building. Morrill Hall (14th & Vine St.) is reached from 16th Street (one-way southbound), 17th (one-way northbound), or Antelope Valley Parkway (two-way), then west on Vine to 14th St. and into the loop. Thanks to Bob Kaul for reserving the room at the museum for us that evening!

 


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If you haven't paid your 2017 dues, you can send them to our treasurer David Sutherland. The membership form, and David's address can be found here.

Nebraska Native Plant Society dues are used to provide grants that support native plant research and conservation in Nebraska. Membership dues are tax-deductible.

 

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