We want to hear about your native plant project and what make it special…to discover what wonderful and interesting things you are doing that support native plant habitats in small gardens or large restoration projects across the continent. To share and celebrate these efforts, NANPS has created the Native Plant Garden Award.
NANPS is looking to celebrate a member’s project that best reflect NANPS’s mandate to study, conserve, cultivate and restore North America’s native flora.
Using this principle as a guideline, submissions should address:
NANPS will review all submissions and, where feasible, arrange a site visit.
Please submit nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 1st.
Photos and descriptions of the best entries will be posted on NANPS website and in the Blazing Star. How often or how many entries will be posted will depend on the quantity and quality of your submissions.
Award recognition will include a garden plaque, certificate, and pewter NANPS logo pin.
Official recognition and the presentation of the certificate and plaque will be made at NANPS Annual General Meeting.
Submissions, including photos / other documentation, will not be returned.
Submitter must either own or have written permission of the owner to enter.
Submitter confirms that the information sent in is true and accurate to the best of their knowledge.
Submissions become the property of NANPS and may be used in its website or other publications.
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NANPS is interested in learning about your project.
While you needn’t address each of these components, the additional information you provide will serve to strengthen and support your submission.
Please be sure to include your list of native plants (by species & common name), and how/where you obtained your plants, as best you can.
Also include a sketch of your garden indicating the general layout with photographs of key features.
These resources may be helpful in completing your submission:
OR contact your local native plant society for more advice.
This Checklist is provided for your convenience. If you wish to, download and include with your submission, or simply use as a reference point to help describe your project. Please include any relevant additional information.
Closest Urban Centre:__________ State/Province:_____
Type of location:
What type of project:
___ Garden / Restoration / Other
Is there a water source for wildlife?
Do you use
What type? __________________________
What type? ________________________
___ Rain barrel or natural water collection only
Soil type(s): Clay Sand Loam Silt
Sunny & Dry Shady & Dry Shady & Wet….