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Florida Kiva Loan Program

By Foundation | November 25, 2022

Can a small loan help your native plant nursery? Or a nursery you’d like to have in your community? The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn. Ralph Waldo Emerson The Native Plant Horticulture Foundation has been approved as a Trustee by Kiva, one of the world’s most popular and successful nonprofit microlending platforms. As a Kiva Trustee, the foundation can apply its extensive industry expertise and connections within the native plant movement to help small native plant businesses obtain no-interest loans for start-up,…

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Eryngium in Florida Panhandle

Dig Meadows? Educational Opportunity

By Foundation | August 17, 2022

Applications were due no later than Sept. 5, 2022, for registration sponsorship for students and emerging professionals for October educational event hosted by FANN in…

Go Native the Business of Native Plants Podcast

Go Native: Carl Bates Indigenous Plants

By Foundation | March 2, 2022

This is an interview with a Florida wholesale grower and broker for native plants.

Go Native the Business of Native Plants Podcast

Go Native: the Business of Native Plants

By Foundation | February 1, 2022

a new podcast for those curious about starting a career or business with native plants with host Mitzy Sosa About our podcast Go Native is…

female co-owners of The Nectary, Kathryn Adeney and Michelle Sylvester

Bringing native plants to an urban downtown

By Isabella Guttuso | January 31, 2022

Women-owned native plant nursery starts up on a former used car lot in Central Florida Auto sale and repair shops dominate the East Main Street…

Nick Freeman at work, pulling weeds

The PA in the Park

By Isabella Guttuso | June 4, 2021

“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” – Mary Oliver, award-winning American poet Well, you might…