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Promote the preservation, conservation and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida


The Pine Lily Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society serves Osceola County and the surrounding communities.
  Karina Veaudry – President
Laura Bennett-Kimble– Vice President/Newsletter Editor
VACANT – Secretary
VACANT – Treasurer
Tayler Figueroa– Chapter Representative/Conservation Committee Vice Chair
Eleanor Foerste – Education & Outreach Committee Chair
Sandy Webb – Conservation Committee Chair
Valerie Anderson – Policy & Legislation Committee Chair
VACANT – Membership Committee Chair
Erica Pennell – Field Trip Coordinator
Joel Campbell – Speakers' Bureau Coordinator
VACANT – Social Media Director
VACANT – Webmaster

If you are interested in serving as Pine Lily Chapter Secretary, Membership Coordinator, or possibly Treasurer please contact fnpsPineLily@gmail.com.

We also have other positions to fit many different interests including Social Media Director, Webmaster, Program Coordinator, Fundraising Coordinator, and Conservation Committee Members. Serving on a Non-profit Board of Directors is the perfect opportunity to gain experience in each respective area of interest and make personal and professional connections that can assist with hobbies, conservation of native ecosystems, community service hours, extra credit, internships, careers, and getting to know your community and political processes.

We're planning another work-day in the coming weeks for the Kissimmee Airport plant rescue. Please contact us for more details.
ECO ALERT: SIGN THE PETITION-Don't split Split Oak Forest
NEW-Plant Order Program: Become a member and be able to order native plants at any member meeting and we'll deliver them at the next meeting.
NEW-Become a member and have Pine Lily members come out to do a survey of native and invasive plants at your house.
2019 Native Plant Festival: Free event, more information coming


E-mail: fnpsPineLily@gmail.com


Check us out for the latest information on Chapter Meetings, field trips, events, environmental concerns, and of course awesome native plants and their wildlife!


Published on  16.01.2019