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New England Carnivorous Plant Society

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"The mission of the New England Carnivorous Plant Society shall be to share, to gain knowledge of, and to achieve expertise in all phases of growing, education, appreciation, and conservation of carnivorous plants in both culture and in native habitats."

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NECPS October Meeting - Sep 18, 2016 by Webmaster
The next meeting of the NECPS will be held on October 8, 2016 at 12:30 PM at the Audubon Environmental Education Center 1401 Hope Street (Rte 114), Bristol, RI Directions

This will be our first meeting held at this location so be sure to check the directions to plan your time of arrival!

 

Carnivorous Plants: Build-A-Bog Workshop - Sep 18, 2016 by Webmaster
John Twomey will be hosting a Build-A-Bog Workshop at the Audubon Environmental Education Center 1401 Hope Street (Rte 114), Bristol, RI on October 8, 2016 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM Directions.

Cost: $40.00 per Member Family (up to 4 people)
          $45.00 per Non- member Family (up to 4 people)

Carnivorous Plants: Build-A-Bog Workshop Registration page

Last day to register: 10/7/2016 3:00:00 PM

If you would like to attend contact the Audubon Environmental Edcuation Center directly at msolis@asri.org.

13th Annual NECPS Fall Carnivorous Plant Show - Thank you! - Sep 12, 2016 by Webmaster
Thank you to all that were able to attend our annual show and especially to all that were involved with making this one of our most sucessful shows ever!

It is not possible to give enough thanks to our members who gave informative talks and presentations or to those that made themselves available to share their knowldege and experience with the public around and about the show floors. Not to mention the many vendors who were able to provide so many quality carnivorous plants to so many eager buyers.

And lets not forget the Tower Hill staff who have been right there to help us with our needs to guarentee a successful show and and enjoyable experience by all involved.

Attendance for this year's show is being estimated at about 2400 attendees! With many patient guests having to wait over a half an hour just to get in due to the parking lot being full! We're already looking forward to next year's 2017 show!

 

 

Thank you!

Got News? - Jan 30, 2016 by Webmaster
If there is a meeting or other event that the NECPS will be participating in, or a related event that may be of interest to society members or some other carnivorous plant related news item that you would like to share? Please forward the information to the webmaster so that it can be included here.

Meet the man on a misson to save carnvorous plants - Sep 17, 2016 by Webmaster
BBC Earth - Stewart McPherson is prepared to go a long way for his science: even into the grounds of a prison in the Philippines. "I had to be guided by murderers," he says.

His target was, appropriately enough, a plant that kills: a tropical pitcher plant called Nepenthes deaniana that traps and digests insects. "It hadn't been seen for nearly 100 years."

McPherson has been fascinated with carnivorous plants since childhood. As an eight-year-old he came across his first species in a British garden centre. Immediately fascinated, he started a collection. After a couple of years, he had filled the family conservatory with hundreds of different plants.

The young naturalist found carnivorous plants extraordinary – as many others have for centuries. But despite their startling abilities, carnivorous plants are also in profound danger.

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ICPS/NASC Joint Benefit Auction - Sep 13, 2016 by Webmaster
Rhode Island Spring Flower & Garden Show can't pay last year's participants - Sep 08, 2016 by Webmaster
The NECPS has set up displays at the Rhode Island Spring Flower & Garden Show for a number of years.

According to Maury Ryan, the show lost $100,000 this year alone, mainly due to bad weather.

Ryan also said he didn’t have any plans to pay the people who are owed money unless he can find a buyer for the Rhode Island Flower and Garden Show.

Both Ryan and federal court filings confirm that the company hasn’t yet filed for bankruptcy.

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