Greetings and Welcome to our Society website!

OUR MISSION ISN'T NEW  just our address!
NOW find us at

To promote the study, appreciation, and conservation of Ohio's native plants and plant communities.

Rooted in Geology
Unlikely Ties between Geology and Wildflowers

News of Interest

"... conservation improves water quality, promotes native plant growth, and encourages wildlife in the water and on land."

Gary Popotnik, The Wilderness Center

Concentrating on Conservation
  The Independent, 7 March 2015, by Christina McCune

  ✿ Community Watershed Conservation Partnership
  The Wilderness Center program & contact information

for program information
  Bringing Awareness:
  ✿ Endangered-species program needs boost, The Dispatch,
       5 June 2015, letter to the editor by Robert McCance

  ✿ WEBSITE PAGES for your reading enjoyment:
       Virtual Archives 2000 - 2009 New!!
       Virtual Archives 1990 - 1999
       Virtual Archives 1983 - 1989

       New!! Rooted in Geology
       Unlikely Ties between Geology and Wildflowers

Gov't to spend $3.2 million to help monarch butterfly
  ✿ monarch migration News: September 2015
       updates, first-hand accounts, and much more!!
 ☑ Field Notes: Public Parks Deserve Our Support

  ONAPA VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES  ✿  help protect Ohio's Natural Legacy

In our On the Fringe
March issue:
BioCellar Rain Garden:
Inspired by Native Plant Society of Northeast Ohio Field Trips

by Jean Loria and Pebbles Bush
Please join us!
NPS: Holden Arboretum Canopy Walk on October 10th
New canopy walk and emergent tower provide visitors a uniquely different experience and perspective on trees, forests, and birds. The elevated walkway reaches to 65' above a tributary of Pierson Creek and will include 4 suspension bridges.
There is a $7.00 fee per person for this program that is payable at the Visitor Center.
Program begins at 1:00 PM.  For registration information & meeting location.
We look forward to seeing you!!

Take a look at our newest website pages
Rooted in Geology:  Unlikely Ties between Geology and Wildflowers  New!!
Virtual Archives 2000 - 2009  New!!
    the Society's third decade of publications is now available for your reading enjoyment
Virtual Archives 1990 - 1999
    the Society's second decade of publications
Virtual Archives 1983 - 1989
    the Society's first decade of publications
.... more to come!!

Congratulations! to Mr. Fred Losi, recipient of our 2014 Gentian Award.
learn more about Fred Losi

     Fred's upcoming hike(s):
October 18, 2015 Woodlands of Bedford: Sagamore Creek in Fall