Looking ahead at RIWPS’ plant sales it is first helpful to look back.
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Entries by Mary
Yes, the Trailing Arbutus was in bloom!
Congratulations to Jules Cohen, former RIWPS president who founded this joint URI Master Gardener Project/RIWPS garden project.
RIWPS March 5 Annual Meeting featured Sefra Alexandra’s talk on Ecotypes, Ecoregions & Ecological Restoration. She underscored the pressing need to preserve the genetic diversity of naive seed populations
Cardinal flower (Lobelia cardinalis) is a favorite wildflower. But, in order to have it flourish on your own land, you must do some planning before you plant and care for it.
Long and Ell Ponds Natural Area in Hopkinton – Bruce Fellman WildforaRI, Fall 2021 The mantra among real estate professionals is, of course, “location, location, location,” and this phrase was […]
Learn about our award recipients. Marty Fisher and Garry Plunkett are receiving Lifetime Service Awards and Liz Bardo is our Volunteer of the Year.
In a recent article in EcoRI that championed the merits of planting meadows vs lawns in the home landscape, Sally Johnson noted the increasing tendency by the public to consider the ecological value of the plants in their gardens.
While not a current RIWPS member, Gil joined RIWPS in 1988 and served as a Vice President in 1993-94.
As a retired engineer and Captain in the US Coast Guard, George’s organizational skill and gracious diplomacy were much appreciated.
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