Hawthorn Chapter
of the Missouri Native Plant Society


Our traditional meeting time is second Mondays at 6:30.

June 2024

(No Hawthorn business meeting on Monday, June 10)

Fri 14 Adopt-a-Spot workday from 9:30–11:30am (behind the recycling bins at Providence & Nifong)

Thurs 20 Hawthorn lunch at Uprise Bakery (please note the change to our summer location!) 10 Hitt Street Downtown Columbia

Saturday, June 22, 9am Hawthorn mosey. Please come explore the beauty of Boone County at the Three Creeks Nature Area. Meet at 9 am at the Turkey Creek Interpretive Nature Trail parking lot to walk the Rocky Glade. The lot can be reached off Highway 63 turning West onto Deer Park Rd. (Rain date: Sunday 6/23) Here is a map of the Nature Area. Here is a map of the highway and road Three Creeks Conservation Area

The local Master Gardeners have invited us to their 2024 Butterfly Festival Sat, June 22, 10 am to 3pm at MU's Jefferson Farm in Columbia. Master Gardeners will be sharing information about the butterfly's whole life cycle. It's a great opportunity to learn more about supporting butterflies. It is a family friendly event.

Don't forget that the State MONPS has a full weekend of events at Cape Girardeau from June 21-23. At our state meetings you have the opportunity to observe native plants in their natural environments and you get to learn from members with lots of knowledge to share. It is always a wonderful opportunity. The full schedule and travel information is found in the June Newsletter or on the State MONPS website. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, June 21-23, State MONPS Summer Field Trip - This is a great opportunity to see native plants in their natural settings and learn from other members. More information is available in Hawthorn's June Newsletter and on the State MONPS website at monativeplants.org

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