Welcome to the homepage for the Ixia Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society
The Ixia Chapter serves the northeast Florida counties of Clay, Duval and Nassau
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Nurseries in northeast Florida that sell native plants, designers, landscapers, installers & maintainers who use native plants and other businesses and non-profits. All are members of the Florida Native Plant Society.
Short news briefs about what the Ixia Chapter has been doing.
The Ixia Chapter will provide grants for projects to help fulfill the missions of the Florida Native Plant Society
Information about the chapter's adopted Native Park
Weekly newsletter pubished by the chapter's conservation director, Chadd Scott, with conservation and environmenal news about Florida and the nation
Listing of current officers and directors; contact information
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Ixia Chapter 2023 Annual Report
Ixia Chapter Members and Volunteers contributed 6,417 volunteer hours during 2023. The Chapter also hosted or participated in over 100 events and significantly increased its membership and social media followers. Click the button below to read the complete 2023 Annual Report.
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Homegrown National Park is a grassroots call-to-action to regenerate biodiversity and ecosystem function by planting native plants and creating new ecological networks. It is the largest cooperative conservation project ever conceived or attempted. The initial goal is 20 million acres of native plantings in the U.S. This represents approximately ½ of the green lawns of privately-owned properties.
For more information and to get your yard on the map, go to https://homegrownnationalpark.org