New Committee to Offer Landscaping Support

Recognizing the growing interest in landscaping with native plants, INPAWS is forming a new committee that will more intentionally respond to the gardening public’s needs. Among other tasks, the committee will be charged to:

  • Evaluate the information available on the INPAWS website, in brochures, and from other organizations and agencies to see where INPAWS could fill gaps. For example, INPAWS might take the lead in helping gardeners respond to drought conditions.
  • Maintain the list of recommended sources of native plants, seek out additional suppliers, keep the list current, and develop criteria for recommended garden designers.
  • Provide consultation to the Garden Tour committee in selecting suitable gardens for the tour, maintaining a list of candidate gardens.
  • Other tasks that address the public’s landscaping needs, as determined by the committee members and INPAWS Council.

If this sounds like something that you could get excited about, please let us know at



    James Yarber wrote on February 01, 2013

    I am a member of the Shelby County Master Gardeners. We have a Spring Clinic on April the 27th. We would like to have a speaker for our Clinic. If anyone in your organization would be interested in speaking at our Clinic, please let me know. Thank you. Sincerely James Yarber

    Evagene H. Bond wrote on December 17, 2012

    I am not a member but would be glad to become one. This is a subject in which I have a considerable interest.

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