Heartwood Attending –
Come See Us!
Florida Native Plant Society’s 39th Annual Conference
May 16-19, 2019 at the Plantation on Crystal River
The 39th Annual Conference will offer an abundance of presentations and workshops:
- Amazing speakers
- 2 days of awesome field trips
- Cutting-edge science
- Current issues
- Conservation, restoration and citizen science
- Climate-change adaptation
- Advocacy opportunities
- Native plant vendors
- Silent action
The FNPS’s theme this year “Transitions” is pertinent to the Nature Coast region of Florida in a number of ways – sea level rise, migrations of ecosystems due to climate change, and the transition zone between north and south Florida. In this region you will also see the transition of cave system into Karst, spring flows to tannic flows, and water quality transitions. The region also has a large diversity of plant communities and the transitions between uplands and wetlands are common, dramatic and highly visible – a great place to introduce people to Florida’s diverse natural communities.
Look for Laura & Diana at Heartwood’s vendor table.
Our Welcome Center
will be open from
9:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
ONLY on Friday, May 19th.
Preserve gates will be open normal, posted hours
2019 Florida Birding & Nature Festival
Come see Heartwood at our Vendor table ~
Celebrate the wonders of the birds, wildlife, and natural lands that we enjoy in West Central Florida.
A 4-day festival offering presentations workshops keynotes field trips boat trips a nature expo a turtle symposium presentations were you can learn from renowned professionals, experience peak migration, and shop unique products!
Heartwood’s Welcome Center will be CLOSED
on Friday, October 18th.
Preserve gates open normal, posted hours.
SATURDAY ONLY SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM
A special symposium with seven speakers – “Exploring Florida’s Rich Turtle Diversity,” co-sponsored by the Florida Turtle Conservation Trust.