Category: Annual Conference
The Friesner Herbarium, Butler University, is creating a traveling gallery photo display of Indiana plants in their natural settings, shot by Hoosier nature photographers. The photos are from the Indiana Plant Atlas (http://indiana.plantatlas.org), funded in part by INPAWS. The display will debut at the INPAWS Annual Conference. Come to a free reception with some of…
- Author: Wendy Ford
- October 16, 2015
- Categories: Annual Conference, Conservation, Landscaping, Upcoming Events
People are asking about the theme of our 2015 INPAWS Annual Conference–Bioscaping: Gardening for Life. What’s bioscaping? It’s planning your landscape to include a smorgasbord of native plants to nourish the creatures at the bottom of the food chain. With native habitat fast disappearing, essential food sources have gone missing. The majority of insect larvae…
The question came up at our November 9 Annual Conference whether there was a map of Indiana’s nature preserves. There’s a fine interactive map on the DNR website. Find a link to it on our page Where to Visit Indiana Natives.
- Author: Wendy Ford
- August 24, 2013
- Categories: Annual Conference, Conservation, Invasives Removal, Wildlife
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Indiana Native Plant Conference Tackles Conservation Issues What: Indiana Native Plant & Wildflower Society 20th Annual Conference Theme: “Conservation: Saving Indiana’s Native Plants and Wild Places” When: Saturday, November 9, 2013; 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Where: Monon Community Center, East Building, 1235 Central Park Drive East, Carmel, IN 46032 Who: Open…
Our 19th Annual Conference is history, and what a day it was, thanks to all who attended, our speakers, and the dedicated volunteers who tended to the details. Now we want to know how the conference was for you. Please take a few minutes to give us the valuable feedback we need to plan future…
Cheryl Shearer reports that the Youth Outreach Committee has arranged to offer Professional Growth Plan (PGP) points for teachers attending the INPAWS Annual Conference. Dawn Stelts is coordinating the program; you can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more about PGP points for educators, visit http://www.doe.in.gov/student-services/licensing/professional-growth-plan-pgp.
The Indiana Native Plant & Wildflower Society (INPAWS) announces its 19th annual conference providing the know-how to help Hoosiers appreciate, grow, and conserve Indiana’s rich heritage of native plants. Set for November 3, 2012, on the University of Indianapolis campus, the day-long conference will focus on two basics of botany: the identification of plants and their occurrence…