Meeting Information

Northern Nevada Meetings are held in Reno the first Thursday of February, March, April, May, September, October, and November, from 7-9 pm, We meet in the UNR herbarium, room 300 of Fleischman Agriculture, at the University of Nevada. This is just north of the intersection of 9th St. and Evans Ave. The elevator is located at the east end of the building. WARNING: if you park in the lot at the corner of Evans and Record Way, you will be cited!  You must park on the street. Social time starts at 7 pm and the program will start at 7:30 pm. Contact our Reno meeting coordinator, Charlene Duncan (, if you have questions.

Southern Nevada Meetings are held in Henderson the first Monday of every month (unless otherwise noted when holidays fall on first Mondays), from 6:30-7:30 pm, at the U.S. Geological Survey office at 160 N. Stephanie Street. Program Coordinator: Lesley DeFalco ( If you would like to receive email updates for southern Nevada events, please email and request to be added to the list

Field trips occur throughout spring, summer, and early fall to local and regional areas of botanical interest. Most are on Saturdays, with occasional overnight or weekday events, and are at participants' sole risk. Themes include plant identification, photography, wildflower displays, ecology, rare and endangered species conservation, and weed control.
There is often an May potluck and social at a park or arboretum in the Reno area.
A seed exchange program occurs as members have the time and ability to gather, process, and package seeds. Packets of numerous native species have been made available for the cost of postage.
The Nevada Rare Plant Workshop, co-sponsored with the Nevada Natural Heritage Program, takes place bi-annually the first week of April in either northern or southern Nevada. This two-day workshop gathers botanical experts and resource professionals from throughout the west to discuss current and new information on Nevada's rarest plant species, and to review and recommend conservation priorities for those species. Contact the Rare Plant Committee for further information.
Classes and workshops sponsored by other groups.

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