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Contacts

Chapter Contacts

Dade Chapter Board members:

President: Kurt Birchenough, kbirc001@fiu.edu, 202-905-3921
Vice-President: Amy Leonard, aleonar74@yahoo.com, 305-458-0969
Secretary:  Gita Ramsay (gita.ramsay@gmail.com, 786-877-7168)
Treasurer: Susan Walcutt, (walcutts@bellsouth.net, 305-297-7757)
At Large: Amida Frey, Devon Powell, Ted Shaffer, Surey Rios, Eric von Wettberg, Vivian Waddell

Past President: Buck Reilly, buck@habify.com, 786-291-4824

Mailing address:

Dade Chapter FL Native Plant Society
6619 South Dixie Highway, #181
Miami FL 33143-7919

General information: 305-985-3677, dadefnps@gmail.com

Refreshment coordinator: Cheryl & Ben Morgan (ckmorg@bellsouth.net)

Membership: Patty Phares, (pphares@mindspring.com, 305-255-6404)       

DCFNPS Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/dadefnps/

DCFNS Twitter and Instagram: @dcfnps or Dade Native Plants

DCFNPS Website: http://dade.fnpschapters.org

DCFNPS email: dadefnps@gmail.com

Webmasters: Haniel Pulido Jr., dadefnpsweb@gmail.com

Tillandsia editor: Patty Phares, 305-255-6404, pphares@mindspring.com

Assistant editors: vacant

Articles, announcements and news items are invited for Tillandsia from Dade and Keys members.  Please submit items for consideration by the 15th of each month. Advertising rates from $12 per month.

State Organization

FNPS Chapter representative: vacant

FNPS Web Page: http://www.fnps.org

FNPS Blog: http://www.fnpsblog.org

FNPS Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/FNPSfans

FNPS Twitter: http://twitter.com/FNPSonline

FNPS Eco Action Alert List: Send email request to info@fnps.org

FNPS (state) office: 321-271-6702, info@fnps.org



The Dade Chapter Florida Native Plant Society is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the understanding and preservation of Florida's native flora and natural areas, and promoting native plants in landscapes.

The chapter includes residents of Miami-Dade County and the Keys.
Meetings in Miami-Dade County are on the 4th Tuesday of most months at Pinecrest Gardens and are free and open to the public. Once a year, instead of the usual meeting, members and their guests are invited to an evening garden tour and social at a member's home.
Meetings in the Keys are held on 3rd Tuesdays in November through April, alternating between Key Largo and Marathon.

2010 FNPS membership rates: Donor $250, Business $125, Supporting $100, Contributing $75 ($25 to endowment), Non-Profit $50, Family $50, Individual $35, Student $15, Library $15, Lifetime $1000.

Join or renew FNPS online! Try it! If you are renewing, check your green card or send email to info@fnps.org with your full name to obtain your membership number (or ask you local membership manager).  Otherwise, reenter your personal information.  When renewing, please update your membership record. Family/household or higher level memberships can list two members, including complete contact info for each.  See http://www.fnps.org/forms/membershipform