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Utah Native Plant Society




UNPS feature articles and presentations (in some cases published exclusively here, or which may involve more complete versions of a Sego Lily or other article)
 
 
The Orchid and the Missile Paul Cox, UNPS SL Chapter Dec. 9, 2020 presentation
 
Utah's Giant Dunipers Bill Gray, UNPS November 2020 annual meeting presentation
Video link to the above presentation on YouTube
 
Pinyon and Juniper Forests through a Cultural Lens: Listening to Traditional Ecological Knowledge Kamran Zafar, Mar. 3, 2020 URPM 2020 presentation
 
The Uinta Basin Railway: A Threat to Rare Plants Ryan Beam (CBD) and Tony Frates (UNPS), Mar. 3, 2020 URPM 2020 presentation
 
Native Bee Conservation and the Dangers of Honeybee Permitting on Public Lands Thomas Meinzen, Mar. 3-4, 2020 presentations
 
Native Plant Use in Horticulture Neal Dombrowski, Feb. 5, 2020 presentation
 
Shooting Great Plant Photos in the Field Steve Hegji, Jan 8, 2020 presentation
 
Pinyon-Juniper Communities in Utah Stan Kitchen, Dec 4, 2019 presentation
 
Vegetation of the Pando Clone Aspen Forest Marc Coles-Ritchie, Nov 7, 2019 presentation
 
Getting to Know the Sunflower Family (Asteraceae) Greg Lee, Oct 2, 2019 presentation
 
Botany Bill on the Hill Sept. 4, 2019 presentation by Wayne Padgett
 
Utah Basilares (variety comparison table referenced in the Winter 2019 Sego Lily newsletter published Jan. 2019)
 
Utah Cyperus (full table; first published in the Jul-Aug 2016 Sego Lily)
 
To Sow or Not to Sow by John Stireman (as published in the WRGS newsletter of Feb. 2016)
 
Utah's Opuntias (First draft published March 2012; updated May 2013, June 2014, March 2016, Nov 2017, Oct 2018, Jan 2020)
 
Penstemon grahamii (originally published Dec. 2008, updated through Oct. 2016)
 
Naturally occurring rare oak hybrids along the Central Wasatch Front provoke thought and respect (Nov. 2008)
 
Arctomecon humilis conservation history
 
See also:
Selected/extended Sego Lily articles
At the foundation of life: native plants