Meetings and Field Trips

COVID-19 Alert: For the convenience and safety of our members, our monthly meetings are now being held in-person and online via Zoom. Instructions for joining the meeting virtually are in the events listing on the calendar page. Please visit the calendar page for up-to-date information for meeting topics and field trip locations. 

Join us at Our Monthly Meeting!

Learn, share plants, meet other plant enthusiasts, and enjoy refreshments. Meetings are free and open to the public.

At our monthly meetings, members gather to hear entertaining and informative speakers on topics related to Florida native plants*. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at Moccasin Lake Nature Park in Clearwater, and begin at 6:30 p.m. In addition to the program you will enjoy a Mix-N-Mingle over light refreshments, silent auction of native plants, and a roundup of compelling local environmental issues and upcoming events. Books are available for sale and “how-to” literature is complimentary.

Contributions of native plants for the silent auction and refreshments are greatly appreciated!

Meeting Location
Moccasin Lake Nature Park
2750 Park Trail Ln, Clearwater, FL 33759

Join us on Our Monthly Fieldtrip!

Monthly field trips to local nature preserves, state and county parks, public gardens and private sites are usually (but not always) held the Saturday following the membership meeting. Occasional overnight and weekend trips take us around the state to view seasonal blooms or unique plant communities. All trips are led by an expert in the field.

In addition to field trips, we offer “How-To” Workshops on a variety of native plant, landscaping and gardening topics and public or member-only Landscape Tours.

View our Calendar for upcoming events and to RSVP to attend.

Do you have a recommendation for a speaker for our monthly meeting, monthly field trip, or a topic you would like covered at a guture meeting?  Please submit your suggestion here.

Share your short reviews of our monthly meetings, field trips, and events here.  Email photos to share to communications@pinellasnativeplants.org.  By submitting items, you give permission for Pinellas FNPS to share and print them.  Due to space limitations, all submissions may not be shared.  Thank you.

 

 

The mission of the Florida Native Plant Society is to promote the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida.