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Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society

Focusing on native plants and conservation in North Idaho

Mission

  • to foster an understanding and appreciation of native flora and its habitats in the panhandle area of North Idaho,
     
  • to advocate the conservation of this rich natural heritage for future generations,
     
  • to encourage the responsible use of native plants in landscaping and restoration,
     
  • to educate youth and the general public in the value of the native flora and their habitats.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  About our logo:  Marilyn McIntyre, naturalist and artist, has created our colorful logo depicting the flower, leaves, and the fruit of the kinnikinnick plant.

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Current Newsletter:

  (Jan/Feb 2017)

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The Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society in conjunction with Sandpoint Parks and Recreation have monthly presentations at the Sandpoint Community Hall, 204 S. First Avenue. The meetings are held from 9:45 - 11:30 AM.

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Saturday, February 25  Phil Hough “Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness update”

After earning a BA in English Literature in 1981 and spending 20+ years working in Hotel/Hospitality management, Phil moved on to pursue a career in environmental activism. He moved to Sagle in 2002 where he became the Executive Director of the Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness. He has received several awards for his accomplishments with the FSPW.

Phil is a founding board member of the Idaho Trails Association, past president of the American Long Distance Hikers West Association, past president of the Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society, and former chair of the Bonner County Aquatic Invasive Species Task Force. His love of the outdoors has led him to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail, the Continental Divide Trail, the Pacific Crest trail and to paddle the length of the Yukon river. During the summer months Phil has led back-country trips for the Galena Ridge School for troubled teens.

 

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