Council Initiatives

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The Initiatives

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COUNCIL INITIATIVE:
Native Landscaping (a brochure in 6 regional versions)

Large, map-like brochures present the native "landscape stars" of each of six regions in Florida. Visually appealing and easy-to-understand, the brochure group species by their horticultural requirements, light and moisture, into 9 zones with 6 to 9 species recommended. These species are generally native throughout the region. The brochure briefly introduces native landscaping with basic planting and maintenance tips and references for further information. Note the regional map below.

CONGRATULATIONS!
In January 2017, the Society published 118,000 copies of FNPS Native Landscaping in six regional versions, an introductory brochure for the Florida public. The brochure is being distributed from all 38 local FNPS Chapters and through a number of partner organizations throught the state. THANK YOU to the hundreds of people throughout the state who contributed.

REGIONAL BROCHURES

Panhandle region:
http://council.fnpschapters.org/data/uploads/documents/panhandle-db09272016_fnlproof09.pdf

North Central region: 
http://council.fnpschapters.org/data/uploads/documents/northcentral_db_09252016_proof07.pdf

Northeast region:
http://council.fnpschapters.org/data/uploads/documents/northeast-fnl_11032016_05.pdf

Central region:
http://council.fnpschapters.org/data/uploads/documents/central-fnl_db11032016_proof-11.pdf

West Coast region:
http://council.fnpschapters.org/data/uploads/documents/west-coast-_db09252016_proof16.pdf

Southeast region:
http://council.fnpschapters.org/data/uploads/documents/southeast_db11092016_-fnlproof11.pdf
 

THE REGIONS

Monroe County and the Keys are not included in the Southeast brochure because of the significant differences from the rest of the Southeast region.