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  • Resources — New England Wild Flower Society
    Search Site Advanced Search You are here Home Resources Document Actions Resources Click a cover to view the PDF Invasives Brochure Know them don t grow them State of the Plants Brief 10 pgs Technical Report 73 pgs Conservation News These back issues of Conservation News are out of print but not out of date download free copies here last modified January 08 2016 Contact Us Donate Now Resources Press

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  • Press — New England Wild Flower Society
    plants and plant communities Read More NEW ENGLAND WILD FLOWER SOCIETY RELEASES STATE OF THE PLANTS REPORT New England Wild Flower Society has released its State of the Plants report the most comprehensive assessment of New England plants and plant communities ever assembled Read More state of plants press photos zip A selection of images suitable for printing includes attribution and caption information Read More state of plants fact sheets new england states zip Includes exemplary natural habitats representative rare plants along with conservation successes for each state Read More New England Wild Flower Society Honors Leader of Global Seed Banking Program Inaugural Founders Medal to be presented to Dr Paul P Smith on March 26 Read More CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE FUTURE OF PLANT LIFE SYMPOSIUM BRINGS TOGETHER TOP GLOBAL AND REGIONAL EXPERTS New England Wild Flower Society Hosts Symposium Shares Insights from Landmark Study of The State of the Plants in New England Read More Go Botany Receives Award New England Wild Flower Society s Go Botany a free web based educational tool about plants has received the 2013 Maria Pirie Environmental Education Program Award from the New England Environmental Education Alliance Read More Garden in the Woods wins Editors Choice Award from Yankee Magazine Read More Trillium Collection at Garden in the Woods granted prestigious accreditation The North American Plant Collections Consortium has designated the Trillium collection an Accredited Collection Only 67 of the 500 public gardens in North America have received this honor Read More New England Wild Flower Society Hires Andropogon for Garden in the Woods Master Plan New England Wild Flower Society has selected Andropogon Associates of Philadelphia to develop a comprehensive master plan for Garden in the Woods Read More Wildflower Image Gallery Images of which species are in bloom through the seasons

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  • New England Wild Flower Society — New England Wild Flower Society
    to conserve native plants and their habitats Bring native plants into your garden and your life Advance your understanding of native plants and their habitats Experience the beauty and diversity of New England Join in conserving native plants our natural heritage You are here Home Search results No results were found Did you not find what you were looking for Try the Advanced Search for more precise search options Contact

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  • New England Wild Flower Society — New England Wild Flower Society
    diversity of New England Join in conserving native plants our natural heritage You are here Home Lost Password For security reasons we store your password encrypted and cannot mail it to you If you would like to reset your password fill out the form below and we will send you an email at the address you gave when you registered to start the process of resetting your password If this

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  • New England Wild Flower Society — New England Wild Flower Society
    tab at the top of the screen Move the slider to Medium and click OK Version 5 x Click Tools on the menu at the top of your browser and select Internet Options Click the Security tab at the top of the screen Click Custom Level and scroll down to the Cookies section Set Allow per session cookies to Enable and click OK Version 4 x Click View on the menu at the top of your browser and select Internet Options Click the Security tab at the top of the screen Click Custom Level and scroll down to the Cookies section Select Always accept cookies or Prompt before accepting cookies and click OK Mozilla Version 1 x Click Edit on the menu at the top of your browser and select Preferences Find Privacy Security in the menu on the left If there is a to the left of Privacy Security click it Select Cookies Select Enable cookies for the originating web site only or Enable all cookies and click OK Opera Press F12 Click Enable cookies Netscape Navigator Version 6 x Click Edit on the menu at the top of your browser and select Preferences Find Privacy Security in the

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  • About Us — New England Wild Flower Society
    About Us Our mission and history The New England Wild Flower Society is the nation s oldest plant conservation organization and a recognized leader in native plant conservation horticulture and education Our mission is to conserve and promote the region s native plants to ensure healthy biologically diverse landscapes Life on Earth depends on plants Founded in 1900 as the Society for the Protection of Native Plants New England Wild Flower Society protects rare native plants through conservation research and seed banking The Society is based at Garden in the Woods a renowned native plant botanic garden in Framingham Massachusetts that attracts visitors from all over the world From this base 25 staff members and more than 700 volunteers work throughout New England to monitor and protect rare and endangered plants collect and preserve seeds to ensure biological diversity detect and control invasive species conduct research and offer a variety of educational programs The Society also operates a native plant nursery at Nasami Farm in western Massachusetts and owns seven native plant sanctuaries in Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire and Vermont that are open to the public The Society s vital work to conserve native plants and their habitats depends on

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  • About — New England Wild Flower Society
    with the Society Learn Our Programs Native New England Shrubs Introduction to Designing with Native Plants Watercolor in the Garden Basic Wetland ID and Delineation Introduction to Native Ferns Introduction to Native Ferns Understanding Scale in the Garden Shady Edibles Pollinators in Peril Understanding and Managing Soils Yankee Garden Tour Natives Pollinators and Your Backyard Niquette Bay State Park North Truro Dunes Walk Schoodic Point Trillium Week May 9 15 New England Plant Diversity Session 2 What Role Do Nativars Play in an Ecological Landscape Arbor Day Celebration and Tree Giveaway Understanding Trilliums Story Time and Musical Play at Garden in the Woods New England Plant Diversity Session 3 Low Maintenance Design with Native Plants Native Plants for Professionals Native Herbaceous Plant Materials Late Season New England Plant Diversity Session 4 New England Plant Diversity Session 5 Wildflowers of New England Introduction to Plant Families Native Herbaceous Plant Materials Early Season Landscape for Life Native New England Shrubs Wildflowers of New England Vernal Pools are Cool Webinar Twenty Great Native Plants for Your Garden New England Plant Diversity Session 1 Wetland Shrubs Survey of Grasses of the Northeast Wildflowers of Maine Wildflowers of New Hampshire Conservation Biology Urban Gardening Series Tough Plants for Tough Places Urban Gardening Series Pruning Fundamentals Urban Gardening Series Planting Basics Watertown Life Friendly Gardens Tour Family Hike Acton Arboretum Bog Chapman Pond Odiorne Point State Park Old Pepper Place Nature Reserve Orono Bog Vossburg Hills Plants 102 Deeper into the Green World Wildflower Walk With Mary The Audubon of Botany Hydric Soils Mushrooms for Beginners Plant Form and Function Designing Gardens for Small Spaces Native Woody Plant Materials Plants and Pints Devil s Den Gifford Woods State Park Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary Waterboro Barrens New England Plant Communities Botanic Inventory Methods Placemakers Lecture Wildflowers of Rhode

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  • Governance and Financial Information — New England Wild Flower Society
    Pam Resor Vice Chair Janet Ganson Treasurer Anita E Springer Clerk Debbi Edelstein Executive Director Trustees Ralph Brown Lalor Burdick Pamela B Durrant Mary Griffin Barbara Keller Viginia McIntyre Lita Nelson Jessie B Panek Polly Pierce Kathy Shamberger Jackie Stone Mary Ann Streeter New England Wild Flower Society is a 501 c 3 not for profit organization Click here to download a PDF of our last audited financial statement Our

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