Entomologist Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson really likes bugs. In this book she takes us on a romp through the world of insects, delighting us with tales about these fascinating, curious, and sometimes funny creatures, delving into their anatomy, adaptability, and the myriad ways they make our world livable.
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Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Mary contributed a whooping 111 entries.
Entries by Mary
How many of us were out in the garden last fall, watching the bumblebees nuzzling the aster and the goldenrod. “Other pollinators may be in trouble, we thought, but the bumblebees are doing just fine.” Well, they’re not.
Irene was a member of RIWPS for more than thirty years starting in 1990. For many of these years she both actively shared her extraordinary knowledge of plants and her professional landscape talents to foster the mission of RIWPS and forged a shared sense of community among volunteers and members alike.
For more than 15 years, Sandra was a tireless, meticulous volunteer, who wanted things done right. In 2013 she was honored with a Lifetime Service Award.
A Walk Along Parris Brook on the Mount Tom Trail – Marnie Lacouture WildfloraRI, Winter 2020 The Mount Tom Trail in Exeter, with almost six miles of varied hiking experiences, […]
RIWPS is pleased to be able to support a number of projects related to native plants through our Annual Grants. We thank our members and other donors who make these grants possible.
The 2021 RIWPS volunteer awards were announced at the March 13, 2021 Annual Meeting. Well deserved congratulations to ….
2021 Annual Report
On March 13, 2021 Alicia Lehrer, Executive Director of the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council, spoke at our annual meeting about the organization’s work with emphasis an on invasive plants.
2021 Annual Report
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