Why Become An FNPS Member?

Join A Community of Native Plant Nerds!

Join your local chapter to learn about Florida native plants and ecosystems in monthly meetings, and get hands-on experience with local field trips, hikes, plant sales, plant rescues, and more. 

We have 33 chapters across the state - find one closest to you:  https://www.fnps.org/chapters/chapters

Help Florida’s ecosystems by volunteering for local and statewide science and conservation projects organized through FNPS.

Learn about Plants, Ecology and Conservation!

Enjoy our quarterly magazine, the Palmetto, filled with in-depth articles on native plants, gardening, conservation of native habitats, and rare native plants.

Our bi-monthly newsletter, the Sabal minor, will help you stay up to date on FNPS news and activities.

Watch our Friday Lunch and Learn livestreams on Florida native plant topics.

Our Social Media provides a constant stream of education about native plants and ecology.

Learn about local conservation and policy issues and take collective action to improve your local environment at your local chapter meetings and field trips.

Advocacy and Conservation Work!

Help us make a difference! Your membership and participation in your local chapter strengthens our influence on state and local decision makers.

Join us and our 6000+ members in advocating for Florida’s native plants and native plant communities on local, state, and national levels.

Your membership supports local and statewide native plant conservation, plant rescue, research, and conservation work.

Personal Growth and Career Networking!

Make connections and learn from local professionals. Many of our members are established  in the various fields related to native plants and ecology, our local chapter meetings and FNPS Conference allow many opportunities for professional networking. 


Individual membership: $35 annually

Students: $15 annually

You can become a member here: https://www.fnps.org/support/membership

Find your chapter: https://www.fnps.org/chapters/chapters

Vist our website here: https://www.fnps.org//


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