Welcome!     Please visit again soon, as we continue to add new resources regularly.
Dedicated to the enjoyment, conservation, and study
of Oregon's native plants and habitats.
Here's what's new:

Upcoming Events:

  * Sunday, Jan 10, 2PM to 4PM. Field Trip: Plant Lover Ramble.
     Join Emerald Chapter members on a monthly casual plant walk. Meet fellow plant lovers
     and nerd out about native plants! All levels of botany and native plant expertise welcome.
     Due to public health concerns, we ask that attendees pre-register by emailing your name
     and contact number to em_president@npsoregon.org. We ask that everyone wear a mask,
     social distance along the trail, and attend only if they are free of symptoms. Note: This
     event is subject to cancellation by the governor's order.

  * Monday, Jan 18, 7PM to 9PM. Online Program: Darlingtonia Botanical Wayside:
     a Unique Plant Community on the Oregon Coast.
Presented by Mary Santelmann,
     Director of the Water Resources Graduate Program and Professor in the College of Earth,
     Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences at OSU. This presentation will cover the history of the site
     and its ecological setting, as well as ongoing research designed to help the Oregon State
     Parks monitor site conditions and manage the vigorous population of Darlingtonia currently
     found at the site. Dr. Santelmann will also discuss potential threats to the Darlingtonia
     population and the fen itself, and present results from monitoring conducted at the site
     over the past three years. The program will be available (live) on YouTube at the following link:
     https://youtu.be/Bb6GGEUjVYM

  * Sunday, Jan 24th, 2PM to 4PM. Field Trip: Twig Identification. Exploring
     Winter Branches.
Join Gail Baker and Steven Yeager for a fun walk where you'll examine
     and learn to identify trees and shrubs in their winter stages, without leaves or flowers, and
     notice which ones are already breaking bud and even in flower. If possible, bring a hand lens.
     Registration open between Jan 3 and Jan 22, 2021. Accompanying handouts and specifics
     will be emailed to registrants. Due to public health concerns, we ask that attendees pre-register
     by emailing your name and contact number to em_president@npsoregon.org. We ask that
     everyone wear a mask, social distance along the trail, and attend only if they are free of
     symptoms. Note: This event is subject to cancellation by the governor's order.

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