Category: Chapter News & Events

  • Native Plant Workshop November 12

    INDIANA POLLINATORS NEED A BOOSTNative Plant Workshop Offers Solutions for Indiana Homeowners, Business Owners The Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory, Little River Wetlands Project, and Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society, Northeast Chapter (NE–INPAWS) offer area homeowners and business owners the opportunity to enrich Indiana’s diverse ecology by attending the Native Plant Workshop, Saturday, November 12, 2016….

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  • Southwest Chapter Seedswap November 19

    Saturday, November 19 starting at 9:30 a.m.Wesselman Woods Nature Center SWINPAWS members will have the opportunity to share native plant seeds from their own gardens along with tips on how best to grow them. Members of the public are welcome to this free event. Guest SpeakerMaster Gardener & local greenhouse owner Judy Schneider Kron has…

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  • Northeast Chapter Bonfire Picnic October 15

    What:   NEINPAWS First Annual Meeting and Bonfire Picnic. When:  October 15, 2016, at 2:00 PM. Where: Tom and Jane Dustin Nature Preserve, 1802 Chapman Rd., Huntertown. Meet at red barn on Chapman Rd., just east of the ACRES Land Trust Office entrance. Who:     Guest speaker Larry Yoder, Ph.D., associate professor emeritus, Merry Lea Environmental Learning…

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  • NATIVE PLANT GROUP TAKES ROOT IN NORTHEAST INDIANA

    New INPAWS Chapter Creates Opportunities for Conservation, Stewardship, and Study FORT WAYNE, INDIANA, May 31, 2016—The Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society (INPAWS) announces the formation of a new regional chapter: Northeast INPAWS (NEINPAWS). The INPAWS state organization officially recognized the new regional chapter in May 2016. NEINPAWS serves Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, Noble, Steuben,…

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  • SWINPAWS Program January 16

    A winter chill is in the air and 2016 has arrived. Our annual Chew & Renew will give you a chance to renew your SWINPAWS membership, enjoy a light breakfast, and view an award-winning documentary. “The Story of Wildflowers of the Southern Appalachians” shows why Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a wildflower paradise. Over…

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  • Public Forum on Pollinator Protection March 31

    There will be a public forum on the Indiana pollinator protection plan, which President Obama’s memorandum asked states to develop. This will be all day March 31 at the Purdue Beck Center at the research farm on US 52 in West Lafayette.  INPAWS’ Ellen Jacquart will be in attendance in her capacity as a member…

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  • West Central Announces Spring 2015 Events

    Here are some activities of the West-central INPAWS chapter. The list doesn’t include the RIP (Remove Invasive Plant) workdays, as they haven’t been set yet.  January 26: Trees and Shrubs for Indiana. Len Farlee, State Forester, Purdue University. Lilly Nature Center, Celery Bog Park 7 p.m. February 21: Joint Honeysuckle Removal Workday with Sycamore Audubon…

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  • Central Chapter Icebreaker January 25

    It’s time to shake off the winter blahs. Come enjoy refreshments and conversation with fellow INPAWS members and friends. Sunday, January 25, 1:00 to 4:00 PMHome of David & Wendy Ford6911 Cabernet WayIndianapolis, IN 46278317-334-1932 Drinks will be provided. Bring a snack, appetizer, or dessert. Dave & Wendy’s home is on the northwest side of…

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  • West Central Announces Fall Programs

    WC-INPAWS Programs Fall 2014 Meetings start at 7 p.m. in Lilly Nature Center located at Celery Bog Park, West Lafayette, IN. From the Northwestern Avenue/Lindberg Road intersection, go west on Lindberg Road, take the bridge across the water and turn right just after the pedestrian crossing sign to enter the park. Go to the end…

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  • SW-INPAWS Calendar of Events, July Update

    SW-INPAWS Secretary Adam Hape has created a Friends of SW-INPAWS Calendar to keep members of the Southwest Chapter informed and organized since so many also belong to Master Naturalists, Master Gardeners, the Evansville Audubon Society or all of the above – and many volunteer at local events (Earth Day, Plant Conservation Day, etc.) in addition to SW-INPAWS…

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