Due to Covid-19, Pine Lily will be holding virtual meetings 

Upcoming meetngs will be on-line until it is safe to resume in-person meetings.

Check our Past Presentations page for programs from recent on-line meetings.


September 24, 2020 ;  6:00P Juliet Rynear, Florida Native Plant Society Executive Director speaking on conservation in Central Florida

Juliet Rynear is the Executive Director of the Florida Native Plant Society and previously served as the Society’s Conservation Committee Chair for 6 years. 

Juliet’s work has focused on the conservation of the genetic diversity of Florida’s native plants and the restoration of native plant populations and plant communities.  She has extensive experience managing projects that include population introductions, population and community rescue, habitat restoration, and habitat monitoring. 

She received a Master of Applied Science in Environmental Policy and Natural Resource Management from the University of Denver and earned a Certificate in Applied Plant Conservation from the Center for Plant Conservation. 

Juliet has enjoyed a lifelong love of plants and seeks to inspire others to experience the transformative power of our natural world.

Talk description:  

Speaker: Juliet Rynear: Executive Director of the Florida Native Plant Society

Topic: The Florida Native Plant Society: Our Mission in Action

Learn about some of our projects across Florida in support of our mission.  You will hear about our efforts to preserve natural lands from development, conservation of rare native plant species and about a few major rescue and restoration projects.


Once the we can meet again, please join us

Every 4th Thursday of the Month
6:00 PM to 6:30 PM – Social and Refreshments
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM – Chapter Meeting

Kissimmee Utility Authority
1701 W. Carroll Street, 3rd Floor Board Room
Kissimmee, FL 34741

(Use the Map Below for Directions)


The mission of the Florida Native Plant Society is to promote the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida.