Native plants are the foundation of our ecosystems
The need for native plant conservation is more acute than ever
To protect pollinators, protect native plant communities
Plant diversity is important to buffer the effects of climate change
The Easter Bunny Comes to Earth Day
Taghum Hall, April 21, 2019 10:00 am-3:00 pm
The Kootenay Native Plant Society will be celebrating Earth Day at the Taghum Hall on Easter Sunday. Learn how to add native plants to your garden to encourage native bees and butterflies! Get native plant seeds that you can plant now for flowers in this year.
Spring Wildflower Walks
Join us for these popular walks to discover spring blooms around the Kootenays.
Camas Discovery Day
Teachers, book a day for your class to learn about camas.
Millennium Park Dates: April 29 – May 3
Alternate locations and dates available in South Slocan and Nelson in the week of May 13-17.
Native Plant Seed Collection and Meadowscaping Training (FREE)
Register for this one-of-a-kind Citizen Science workshop to learn about native wildflowers and their pollinators, native plant seed collection and care, and meadowscaping!
Castlegar Garden and Nature Fest
We love the Castlegar Garden and Nature Fest! We will be there with native seeds and plants and information on growing a Monarch Waystation, planting for pollinators, and meadowscaping.