The Coccoloba Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society
(covering mostly Lee County, Florida)
Chapter Meetings (open to the public)
We meet at Holton Eco-Preserve at
Universalist Unitarian Church
located at 13411 Shire Ln, Fort Myers, FL 33912
on the THIRD THURSDAY of the month at 6:30 pm for socializing.
At 7 pm, our speaker will present an informative and relative topic.
Then, after a short business meeting, we will auction off native plants
donated by our members.
PLEASE NOTE: There is NO MAY OR DECEMBER MEETING. These are our volunteer appreciation events (picnic and holiday party)
SUPPORT FNPS BY VOLUNTEERING FOR THE CONFERENCE
FNPS has opportunities available for volunteering at the conference. For each half day you work, you may attend the rest of the program day for free.
Contact Marlene ...
No May meeting or speaker -- We will Resume on June 21
Annual Picnic and Volunteer Appreciation
Saturday, June 2 at Calusa Nature Center
Did You Know?
Through native plant sales and grant plantings,
the Coccoloba chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society
has provided over 100,000 trees to Lee County over the past decade.
With the generous support of our sponsors, we can continue providing FREE CLASSES, along with plant sales, field trips, public school plantings and more. Thank you so much to Lee County Division of Natural Resources, Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation, Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council, and Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program.
Special thanks to CHNEP for helping with so many of our educational projects to fulfill our mission.
The Mission of the Florida Native Plant Society is to promote the preservation, conservation, and restoration
of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida.
Support our research and activities by becoming a member today.
Membership dues and donations are tax-deductible.
FNPS Annual Conference:
Native Plant Sale:
DID YOU KNOW ...
Often, we will use native plants during our outreach events and classes. These plants are offered for sale at the end of the event. Why? Because native plants are not always easy to find and purchase. Therefore, we can help you get started right away providing vital food and habitat to our local wildlife.