Native Plant Society Field Outing – Ryal Canyon Trail

Natural History Institute 126 N Marina St, Prescott, AZ

NHI is partnering with the Prescott Native Plant Society! Join the Prescott Native Plant Society in exploring Ryal Canyon in the Verde Valley. Ancient lake deposits formed Ryal Canyon called the Verde Formation— a mixture of limestone, gravels, silt, clay, and salts. In this canyon, we hope to find unique plants adapted to survive in […]

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Fall Colors Hike

Aspen Creek Trailhead

The Prescott area is known for its evergreen landscape of shrub and woodland biotic communities. But along creeks and drainages, there are ribbons of gold in autumn. Join the Prescott Chapter of the Native Plant Society on a hike along Aspen Creek to enjoy the fall colors. We will discuss different adaptive strategies of trees […]

Floras of Sedona and the Verde Valley

Natural History Institute 126 N Marina St, Prescott, AZ

Register Here Join the Prescott Chapter of the Arizona Native Plant Society for a presentation by Max Licher on the survey of the floras of Sedona and the Verde Valley. Max will be discussing his floristic work on Sedona/Oak Creek Canyon, the Verde Valley Botanical Area, and the Tent Rocks/Cottonwood Basin PAPAZ area. He will […]

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Verde Valley Botanical Area – Prescott Chapter of the Arizona Native Plant Society

Dead Horse Ranch State Park 675 Dead Horse Ranch Rd, Cottonwood, Arizona, United States

Verde Valley Botanical Area with Sue Smith and Jennie Tutone April, 13 2024 8am - 5-pm Join the Prescott Chapter of the Arizona Native Plant Society to explore the rare flora of the Verde Valley Botanical Area! The Verde Valley Botanical Area was established to help protect the Arizona Cliffrose (Purshia x subintegra), a federally listed endangered […]

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