The Native Plant Study Group (NPSG) was formed in Victoria, BC in 1993. NPSG is guided by a volunteer steering committee and is a member of the BC Council of Garden Clubs.


NPSG CONTACT

Paige and Sharon
co-chairs




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Help is needed on the following committees:


field trips/activities coordinator


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The Native Plant Study Group presents:

Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 7pm

Trials and Tribulations of Cooking with Native Plants
with Kristen Miskelly & Paige Erickson-McGee

Kristen and Paige will bring their shared passion for native plants, delicious food, and enjoying it all with friends. From berries to clover rhizomes to seeds, they will share their successes (and flops) of collecting, growing, preparing, preserving, and eating native plant foods. They may even bring some delicious samples along to share.

Kristen Miskelly, MSc is a biologist passionate about the conservation of local ecosystems, native plants, and restoration. She is the owner of Saanich Native Plants, a certified organic plant nursery specializing in native plants and seeds of southern Vancouver Island. Paige Erickson-McGee, BSc is the Stewardship Coordinator at Habitat Acquisition Trust and loves native plants almost as much as she loves eating.

UVic, MacLaurin Bldg, Rm D-116
Non-member cost: by donation   ·   Remember $2.50 for parking at UVic

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WHO WE ARE

NPSG brochureThe Native Plant Study Group is dedicated to learning about the native plants of British Columbia as wild populations and in garden settings, while promoting their use and conservation. Our diverse membership ranges from biologists to hobby gardeners, from horticulturists to plant enthusiasts.

General meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month from September to May (except December) and feature a speaker, draw for native plants and discussion.

NPSG brochure [ PDF | 600KB ]

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Many Thanks to our Sustaining Supporters!