Sea Rocket Chapter

Florida Native Plant Society

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See our Calendar page for upcoming events and our newletter page to stay informed.
 
The Sea Rocket Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society works to promote the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida.

We do this through education, community outreach, volunteering, field trips, guest speakers, charitable giving, and supporting scientific research.

The Sea Rocket Chapter is based in north and central Brevard County including the communities of Titusville, Cocoa, Merritt Island, Port St. John, Cape Canaveral, Rockledge, Mims, and Scottsmoor. 

What We Do

Field Trips

We have hikes to visit the wonderful flora in our area, some of which can be found no where else on earth!  Our hike leader is Dr. Paul Scmalzer, plant ecologist with the Kenedy Space Center and UCF. Check our Calendar page for upcoming hikes.

Plant Sales

We have plant sales throughout the year to help you acquire native plants for your own backyard or business.  All of the sales are attended by some of our master gardeners who are happy to help answer any questions you may have or give you some guidance as to what natives may do well in your garden. Check our Calendar page for upcoming sales.  Sea Rocket members are entitled to a special discount on their plant purchases at Sea Rocket plans sales.  Not a member?   Sign up the day of the sale and claim your discount!!! We now accept credit cards!

Contact Us !

srarchivist@fnps.org

Our Current Board Members are:

  1. President - OPEN

  2. Vice President - OPEN

  3. Treasurer - Patti Larson

  4. Secretary - Laura Covel

  5. Chapter Representative - Elizabeth Bishop

  6. Membership - Barbara Gwiazda 

  7. Education / Outreach - OPEN

  8. Digital Archivist - David Humphrey

  9. Nursery - Lois Harris

  10. Hike Leader - Paul Schmalzer, PhD

  11. Newsletter - Jill Whitson

  12. Hospitality - Armand De Filippo

  13. Social Media - Kate Chiodini 

Photo Credit: Bryan Ames, Railroad Vine

Published on  September 17th, 2021