Flagstaff Chapter meeting April 20, 2021 – Ashley Hall – Yellow Bluestem (Bothriochloa ischaemum): An Encroaching Invasive Grass Webinar

via Zoom

Ashley Hall Yellow Bluestem (Bothriochloa ischaemum) is a perennial grass introduced to the United States from Europe and Asia in the early 1900s as a way to control erosion and as a forage species. In the past several years, this species has become an emerging invasive in Arizona, negatively affecting the habitats it invades in […]

“Native Edible & Medicinal Shrubs for Wildlife and People”

online webinar

sponsored by Audubon Southwest featuring Dara Saville an herbalist, geographer, writer, mother, and native plant advocate out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The webinar will be held Thursday April 29th at 5 pm AZ time. There is a small donation requested. Find out more at  Webinar Registration | Audubon New Mexico.

City Nature Challenge 2021: Greater Phoenix Area

Greater Phoenix Area

City Nature Challenge - April & May 2021 Join the Phoenix Chapter in participating in the City Nature Challenge 2021! At April's Chapter meeting, our guest speaker was Jeny Davis, coordinator of the Desert Botanical Garden’s Metro Phoenix EcoFlora. We invite you to watch the recording of her presentation to learn about the City Nature […]

Yuma Chapter Buffelgrass Removal Effort

parking lot at Yuma Foothills Library Yuma

Are you ready and willing to get out in the desert and kill? Yuma Chapter has again been asked by Marine Corps Air Station Yuma and partners to join other volunteers in a buffelgrass removal effort the morning of May 2nd. We will convene at 7:30 am at the Foothills Library parking lot and caravan […]

Phoenix Chapter Meeting: When the Rains Come

via Zoom

Our Summer meeting will focus on how the desert springs back to life when the rains come! We’ll begin with Chapter announcements and business. Next, we'll have a guided discussion on a book chosen by members to read (see below). Also, our Vice-President will give a short presentation on the plants she has seen greening […]

Tucson Chapter Meeting: Dr. Paul Minnis

via Zoom

A Starving Man Does Not Sniff his Food: Plants Used as Famine Foods Contact nativeplantstucson@gmail.com for the Zoom link for this meeting.