NANPS will have an information table at this annual planting in Markham, ON. Visit the 10,000 Trees website for more information and to register for the event. Stonebridge Drive and Major Mackenzie Rd. E (west of McCowan Rd).
The 2022 NANPS AGM was held on October 29, 2022 on Zoom (the full agenda can be found below). A recording has been posted for anyone who was unable to attend live: Agenda: each section is approximately 30 minutes 1.
Thanks to all who submitted a video to our Native Plant Garden Video Contest! The contest winners were announced at our October AGM and have been posted to our YouTube channel. Please give them a watch! We hope you they
Canada Blooms, the country’s largest show of it’s kind is coming up Friday March 8 – Sunday March 17th. The 2019 theme is a Family Affair, and the show includes a kid friendly playzone, as well as garden displays, workshops,
NANPS is proud to co-host this talk by Nancy Turner, at the Toronto Botanical Garden on September 27, 2018 Nancy will present some of the most interesting wild berry species, describing their cultural significance, traditional harvesting and processing techniques, and
NANPS & the Toronto Botanical Garden are proud to announce a half day seed germination workshop at the TBG with native plant expert Paul Heydon, Saturday March 2nd 2019, 9:30am – 12pm. Paul Heydon, owner of Grow Wild! Native Plant
NANPS will once again have an information table set up at the Guelph Organic Conference on Jan. 26 and 27, 2019. The conference takes place January 24- 27th in Guelph, Ontario. For more information on the Conference, including online registration,
NANPS & Toronto Botanical Garden are thrilled to bring you this visually stunning documentary, Hometown Habitat, on Saturday April 21st, 4-6pm, at the Toronto Botanical Garden, 777 Lawrence Ave East, Toronto. Featuring interviews with passionate experts and activists, and narrated
NANPS will have an information booth set up, including kid friendly activities, at the Leslieville Market in Jonathan Ashbridges Park (south of Queen St E. and west of Coxwell) Sunday September 23rd 9am – 2pm. Stop by the NANPS booth
NANPS is proud to announce an evening with Lorraine Johnson, Wednesday April 17th, 2019, 7:30 pm – 9:00pm at the Koffler House (Multi-Faith Centre) University of Toronto, 569 Spadina Ave. Toronto, Ontario. Lorraine will present: Unsettling the Garden: How native