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Native News

Native News is the bi-monthly newsletter of the Maryland Native Plant Society.

Starting Summer 2010, publication of Native News will cease. MNPS will print Marilandica three times yearly.

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1999

  • Native News, Spring 1999 (PDF, ~1284 KB)
    • Recent Native Plant Discoveries in the Potomac Gorge. Chris Lea.
    • Working Together to Save Olmsted Woods. Anne Neal Petri.
    • Flora of Arden Bog and Surrounding Forested Wetlands. John Parrish.
  • Native News, Winter 1999 (PDF, ~1220 KB)
    • Trees of the Rolling Hills, Howard County, Maryland. Louisa Thompson.
    • Sanctuary Gardens. Alan Kettler.
    • Associated Flora of the Chapman Shell-Marl Ravine Forest. Roderick Simmons.

1998

  • Native News, Summer 1998 (PDF, ~1015 KB)
    • Myrtle Point Park: An Opportunity for Preservation and Restoration. John M. Parrish.
    • Why Deer Management Is Important for Native Plant Conservation. William Bridgeland.
    • MNPS Earth Day at Battle Creek Cypress Swamp. Sam "Chainsaw" Jones.
    • Some Thoughts about Grasses and Their Companions. Nancy Adamson.
    • Chesapeake Country. Wilbur H. Rittenhouse.
    • Distinctive Butterfly-Plant Associations on the Coastal Plain. Richard H. Smith.

1996

  • Native News, October 1996
    • Comptonia Peregrina. Sam Jones
    • Climax Forest Vegetation of the Baltimore-Washington Region. Forest Shreve, et al. (from "The Plant Life of Maryland").
    • Rare Native Plants Recently Observed.
    • A Rare, Old-Growth Forest on Maryland's Coastal Plain. Rod Simmons.

1994

  • Native News, June 1994
    • The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal (C&O) National Historical Park. Barbara and Victor Medina.
    • Growing Pains. Sue McIninch.

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