Wyoming Native Plant Society

Welcome to the Wyoming Native Plant Society (WNPS). Our goals are to encourage the appreciation and conservation of the native flora and plant communities of Wyoming through education, research, communication, and activities.

Membership is open to individuals, families, and organizations, including libraries, with an interest in Wyoming’s plant life. Activities include the annual summer field trip and the biennial Wyoming Plant Conference. Scholarships are awarded each year to undergraduate, or graduate students conducting research in Wyoming.

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2015 WyNPS Annual Meeting

The July 10-13, 2015 joint annual meeting of the Wyoming and Idaho Native Plant Societies will be centered in Driggs, ID and will feature field trips to both the east and west slopes of the Tetons. Trips will range from easy walks to all-day, strenuous hikes and include chair lift rides for tours of high alpine areas.

Our basecamp will be a Forest Service group campground in Teton Canyon that has been reserved for the weekend. It can accommodate both RVs and tents. There are numerous other camping options in the canyon. There are a small number of cabins near Driggs that can be reserved at Teton Valley Cabins (208-354-8153, www.tetonvalleycabins.com).  To reserve a cabin, call soon and tell them you are with the Native Plant Society to get a cabin in our reserved block.

The dinner meeting will be held in the Driggs Senior Center the evening of Saturday, July 11. Mark your calendar and reserve the weekend for an alpine adventure!

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