Evening meetings will be held at 7:00 pm on the third Friday of each month (except December) from October through May. Free and open to the public. Check out our Programs page for further details.
Field trips are conducted on the third Sunday of each month from April through September. Meet at 8:00 am at the south parking lot of the Fine Arts Center Theatre on the WNMU campus for carpooling. Check out our Field Trips page for further details.
Owing to the threat of the corona virus, GNPS events in March and April have been cancelled. We will reassess the situation in May.
The Gila Native Plant Society and the Friends of the City of Rocks are co-sponsoring a special field trip on March 28, 2020. Check out our Field Trips page for further details. CANCELLED.
To view the GNPS calendar, including upcoming field trips and programs, click *here*
The Native Plant Society of New Mexico 2018 Annual Conference was hosted by the Gila chapter. Click *here* to view pictures and presentations from the event, including Jack Carter’s banquet speech.
Next time you’re downtown, take a look at the wonderful Pollinator Mural on the corner of Texas and Broadway. GNPS participated with the Southwestern New Mexico Audubon Society, the Grant County Beekeepers and the Grant County Archaeological Society on a mural celebrating pollinators and native plants and addressing the issue of climate change. Aldo Leopold High School students produced the mural under the direction of art instructor Allison Phillips. The dedication of this mural was held on October 26 and included a much-appreciated plant give-away.