Location: Frostburg State University, Co-sponsored by the FSU Department of Biology
This year's conference will highlight the forests, wetlands and other habitats that are found in western Maryland. In addition, we will celebrate our native plants and communities with field trips to remarkable natural areas in the region.
Proceeds from the conference will support our scientific research grant program.
8:30 Check In
9:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks
12:00 Announcements Followed by Lunch.
1:00 - 5:00 Field trips – Carpool from the University. Directions and further information will be available at the conference.
(additional $50 fee)
5:00 Evening Social, Cash Bar, Appetizers, Posters, Treasure Table
6:00 Buffet Dinner
7:00 Film - “A Force for Nature: Lucy Braun” 58 minute running time / Brief film introduction & discussion following film, led by Sunshine Brosi
(included in basic registration fee)
Field trip descriptions. Meet at the field trip location. Information will be provided at conference.
includes the morning speakers, lunch, afternoon field trips and Sunday field trips
Members+: $80 (after July 1: $90)
Nonmembers: $90 (after July 1: $100)
+ members of other native plant societies may register at members rate
The Social is a separate fee from the Registration fee. If you are interested in only the Social, contact Karyn Molines: firstname.lastname@example.org
More Information Fall Conference Agenda Page
Please contact Karyn Molines (Karyn.Molines at gmail dot com) if you would like to volunteer to coordinate carpooling.
Browse and take home a book related to native plants and habitats. Pay what you want for these treasures and support the Maryland Native Plant Society. Please contact Karyn Molines (Karyn.Molines at gmail dot com) if you would like to volunteer to coordinate the Native Treasures.
If you need to cancel please let us know. Full refund if canceled before June 1; 50% refunds if received by August 1. We are unable to provide refunds for cancellations received after August 1.