Each year, the Small Grants Committee updates a history of the awards granted over the entire program. A link is on the Small Grants Page. Or click here for immediate access.
is published four times a year and is included with your membership. Kelseya contains timely articles about Montana plants and their communities, listings of chapter and state meetings and field trips, and updates on native plant issues.
including becoming a member or chapter policies or programs, contact our Vice-President, Robert Pal.
For information about activities in your area, or to seek information about plants or resources in your area, please contact the chapter closest to you (click on Activities Drop Down Menu at the top of this page): Calypso (Dillon, Butte, Southwest Montana; Clark Fork, (Missoula, West Central Montana); Kelsey (Greater Helena and Great Falls areas, and regions associated with the Rocky Mountain Front and central and north central Montana.); Flathead (Northwest Montana, Glacier Park); Maka Flora (Eastern Montana); Valley of Flowers (greater Bozeman area), or check out the Eastern- or Western-at-Large Areas on the same menu.