As Chapter Rep and President of SNPS:
SNPS had their west coast brochures laminated. We laminated two, so we can display both sides together. It was very inexpensive (around $12.00) BTW: There seems to be more of interest in using the brochure as a poster, than a brochure. We might consider switching to that format in the future. As a large poster we could add the FNPS logo, the introduction copy and the regional map/title to the one side. Something to think about. It would also be less expensive to print. The rest of the landscape brochure (copy side) could be converted to a pdf pamphlet and posted on line. Chapters could run copies of it to give away with the poster. The poster could still be sold (donation) for a $1.00.
SNPS Lettuce Lake Native Plant Walks continue to be popular and I recommend any chapter that has an community part that is heavily used AND naturally landscaped (sometimes the two do not go hand in hand) see what they could do to start native plant walks. We have a native plant garden in ours, but that would not even be necessary. Individuals and groups see our walks on meetup and show up. Our last two weeks had 10-15 attendees each. Some have since joined our chapter.
SNPS will be camping in St. Joseph Peninsula State Park from April 26 - 30 and would like to invite any nearby chapter to join us for our hikes and camp activities. If you are interested, email email@example.com
and I will provide you with our agenda when it is ready.
We have lots planned for the next few months, but I will save that for later.