Dade Native Plant Workshop

Enthusiastic folks who wish to learn how to identify South Florida's wild plants

GREETINGS! This free public workshop meets every third tuesday of each month. Novices & Experts alike are welcome.

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Dade NPW Meeting Location Change For December 2017 meeting

Greetings Fellow Dade Native Plant Workshop Members,Our venue has changed for our December 20th meeting.  It now is my house located at 8025 SW 102 Avenue.  Unfortunately, the Kendall Campus will be closed for the Winter Break, and we will not be able to use their facilities there.  Details of the meeting are located on our main website here:  …See More
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Bob Ashby is now a member of Dade Native Plant Workshop
Nov 16
Steve Woodmansee posted a blog post

Native Plant Workshop New Website Up (and mostly running)

Dear DNPW Members,From this day forward we will no longer be using the www.nativeplantworkshop.ning.com website.  As you know, I am changing our hub from Ning to our own social website (using Buddypress).  Apparently our Ning site (this one) is going to expire tomorrow.  I don't know what will happen, and whether it will function any more, but regardless PLEASE DO NOT USE IT!  If you want to salvage any of your writings or photographs from…See More
Sep 30
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October 18, 2016 Dade Native Plant Workshop

October's topic is FLEPPC Listed Category I "Invasive" plants and their Native Plant Look-alikes.  Please bring in at least 3 plants, which needn't necessarily cover the topic.  The Native Plant Workshop is FREE, and meets at 7:00PM on the third Tuesday of each and every month. We convene at the Miami Dade College Kendall Campus's Landscape…See More
Sep 21
 

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Dade NPW Meeting Location Change For December 2017 meeting

Greetings Fellow Dade Native Plant Workshop Members,

Our venue has changed for our December 20th meeting.  It now is my house located at 8025 SW 102 Avenue.  Unfortunately, the Kendall Campus will be closed for the Winter Break, and we will not be able to use their facilities there.  Details of the meeting are located on our main website here:  …

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Posted by Steve Woodmansee on December 7, 2016 at 5:47am

Native Plant Workshop New Website Up (and mostly running)

Dear DNPW Members,

From this day forward we will no longer be using the www.nativeplantworkshop.ning.com website.  As you know, I am changing our hub from Ning to our own social website (using Buddypress).  Apparently our Ning site (this one) is going to expire tomorrow.  I don't know what will happen, and whether it will function any more, but regardless PLEASE DO NOT USE IT!  

  1. If you want to salvage any of your…
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Posted by Steve Woodmansee on September 30, 2016 at 3:30pm

October 18, 2016 Dade Native Plant Workshop

October's topic is FLEPPC Listed Category I "Invasive" plants and their Native Plant Look-alikes.  Please bring in at least 3 plants, which needn't necessarily cover the topic.  

The Native Plant Workshop is FREE, and meets at 7:00PM on the third Tuesday of each and every month. We convene at…

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Posted by Steve Woodmansee on September 21, 2016 at 6:30am

Native Plant Workshop Website Changes

Dear Native Plant Workshop members,

I am writing this post to let all of you know of some future changes to our Social Website.  Our website host, Ning, is increasing the annual fee to continue our website from $20/year to over $500/year.  So I have decided to leave Ning and am in the process of creating a new social website through Wordpress/Buddypress (our Ning website ends on October 1, 2016).  This will be a learning process for me, and I hope to have the bones of it up and…

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Posted by Steve Woodmansee on September 19, 2016 at 12:00pm

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Urban meadow plants

Hey!  Can you identify this specimen?Continue

Started by Jolynne Woodmansee Nov 17, 2015.

Cool Plant Website 3 Replies

Check out this website which has the current taxonomical names for all plant species in the world!  http://www.theplantlist.org/Continue

Started by Steve Woodmansee. Last reply by Christina Dupuy Oct 11, 2014.

Great Website for Identifying Graminoids (Grasses, Rushes, and Sedges)

The Grasses, Sedges, and Rushes of Palm Beach and Martin Counties (click)  Put together by a couple of friends George Rogers and…Continue

Tags: Juncaceae, Plant, Identification, Cyperaceae, Poaceae

Started by Steve Woodmansee Mar 16, 2014.

How to Upload Photos

Only members may upload photos.First go to your page (click on my page)Then, Scroll down to "my photos" and click on "add photos"Then click on the add photos icon and upload your photo (you may also…Continue

Started by Steve Woodmansee Jun 4, 2013.

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