A Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society.
The Naples Chapter is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is to conserve and restore Collier County's native plant communities. Everyone may access free native plant resources on this website. We strive to collaborate with increasing numbers of community organizations for native plant landscaping, conservation, and education. Help us reach our goals by making a donation today.
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The Naples Chapter offers monthly meetings and field trips
Our next field trip will be Saturday, December 5th at Cutting Horse Eco-Center (26268 Cutting Horse Lane, Bonita Springs). Drop in anytime between 10am and 2pm to visit the Coccoloba Chapter's native plant nursery and display gardens. A variety of native plants will be for sale. Call 239-273-8945 for directions. Note: Social distancing required. Masks are optional.
During this time of uncertainty pertaining to the coronavirus, the Naples Native Plant Society is taking all the necessary precautions to preserve your health. We encourage limited personal contact and social distancing as well as the wearing of masks. As we find out more about this virus, we will be sure to post it to this headlines section.
All Naples Chapter gatherings are temporarily suspended as a precaution to reduce potential spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Our meetings are being held online until further notice. Chapter members and e-newsletter subscribers will receive registration links to attend the meetings live. Presentation recordings will be made available shortly after the meeting.
The Naples Chapter meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm, unless otherwise specified. No meetings will be held in July or January due to holidays.
4820 Bayshore Drive
Naples, Florida 34112
Meetings are held in the Harvey Kapnick Education and Research Center. After coming through the main entrance for Naples Botanical Garden, take your first right to find parking.The Kapnick Center is located just north of Naples Botanical Garden's Chabraja Visitor Center. The auditorium is located at the north end of the Kapnick Center
Thank you for doing YOUR part to preserve, conserve, and restore native plants in Collier County!
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