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Mission

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

Welcome

The Pine Lily Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society
serves Osceola County and the surrounding communities.

Next Chapter Meeting

“Central Florida Springs & Their Associated
Plants and Wildlife”

Presented by Linda Wilinski

February 27, 2020; 6:30PM
Kissimmee Utility Authority Building, 1701 W Carroll St.
Kissimmee, FL 34741

Linda Wilinski is a freelance photographer focused on the conservation of wild Florida. She is a certified Master Naturalist and Spring Ambassador. She has completed a year-long photo series at Oakland Nature Preserve. Linda is deeply passionate about the environment. Her infectious enthusiasm has inspired many to explore the outdoors. She encourages all to participate in Florida’s conservation endeavors. The artist’s weekends are filled with immersing herself into Florida’s gems : The Springs. Linda’s mission is to serve as the bridge between people and the outdoors. Her wish is to inspire others to Explore, Experience and Embrace Wild Florida. Come and learn about Linda’s experiences.

For more information, please contact (321) 388-4781

 

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Pine Lily Member Benefits:

  • Plant Order Program: The nearest native nursery is an hour away from Kissimmee. Order native plants at any member meeting and we'll pick-up and deliver them at the next meeting for your convenience.
  • Site Visit: Pine Lily members will come out to do a site survey of your home, identifying native and invasive plants, and providing landscape suggestions.

Contact us: fnpsPineLily@gmail.com

              

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Published on  16.02.2020