Oklahoma’s amazingly diverse flora has long been of interest to state residents. In 1987, individuals from throughout the state founded the Oklahoma Native Plant Society to encourage the study, protection, propagation, appreciation, and use of the state’s native plants.
The society’s varied activities—field trips, lectures, workshops, displays, inventories, and roadside plantings— promote an awareness and understanding of some of the state’s most valued treasures. Click here to learn more.
A project of ONPS is Color Oklahoma – Sow Some Wild Seeds. Committee members raise money through state license tag sales and donations to plant wildflowers along state roadways.
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