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The Teton Chapter, Wyoming Native Plant Society, was established in 1992 to encourage the appreciation and conservation of the native plants and plant communities of the region. The Chapter offers field trips and programs throughout the year. All events are free and open to the public. Our upcoming events are listed on the Home page and the Calendar page. Last year’s events, for those who’d like to see our broad range of activities, is also listed on the Calendar page.
To support Wyoming Native Plant Society and the Teton Chapter, become a member and receive the newsletter, Castilleja, four times annually.
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