The San Antonio Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas (“NPSOT”) meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month except in August and December. Everyone is welcome.
NEXT MEETING: Tuesday, November 26, 2013
“Legumes in Our Landscape: Beyond Bluebonnets”
Speaker: Kelly Lyons, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Biology, Trinity University (and NPSOT-SA chapter member)
In most ecosystems on the planet nitrogen is a limiting nutrient but it is also the most abundant molecule in the atmosphere. Come learn a bit about how bacterial species get at this limiting nutrient, how some plants have made a home for these bacteria, and how we can use this knowledge to make our gardens grow!
All meetings are free and open to the public.
6:30 pm – Native plant and seed exchange
7:00 pm – Meeting and program
Lions Field Adult Center
2809 Broadway (corner of Mulberry & Broadway by Brackenridge Park)
Map to Lions Field Adult Center http://tinyurl.com/LionsField-SA
For more info, contact us at: npsotxsa @ gmail.com
The Fall 2013 Native Landscape Certification Program class schedule is now available. Learn more, and register now!
The mission of The Native Plant Society of Texas is to promote research, conservation and utilization of native plants and plant habitats of Texas through education, outreach and example.
The San Antonio Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas is pleased to receive a $250 grant from the Lila G. and Vesey F. Taylor Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation. The purpose of the grant is to enable NPSOT-SA to purchase the Core Capacity Assessment Tool. Please visit www.saafdn.org for more information.