Membership Management

An Important Note for New Members

If you are already a member of VNPS who needs to log into our new Neon management system, please do not create a new account!

We’ve already created an account for you using your primary e-mail address. When clicking on any link on the tabs below, you’ll be prompted in the window that pops up to find your existing account using your email address. Please follow those prompts, or Contact Us if you have any issues locating your account.

A Message From President Nancy Vehrs

 

Manage Your Membership

VNPS uses a tool called ‘Neon’ to manage the memberships of our members.


 
CLICK HERE
to login and manage your current membership in our Neon membership system.
 

Once logged in, you will be able to Renew your membership, make changes to your profile, and more.
 
Use the tabs at the top to learn more, and to log into Neon to manage your account.

The Benefits of Membership

Revelers in Rich Cove Forest at Ferry Hill, Washington County, Maryland. Photo by Steve Young.

Revelers in Rich Cove Forest at Ferry Hill, Washington County, Maryland. Photo by Steve Young.

 
VNPS members enjoy the natural world and support efforts to preserve Virginia’s native plants. Ranging in age from students to seniors, VNPS includes professionals, knowledgeable amateurs and many who are just beginning to learn about our flora. While some members join enthusiastically in activities, others help out occasionally or support the society solely with their memberships and their interest. All are welcome.
 

Membership Includes

 
• The Sempervirens, published four times each year and filled with timely articles; and your Chapter Newsletter.
• The Leaf Letter, an occasional online newsletter with time-sensitive announcements.
• Be sure to choose Electronic Delivery on your membership to receive your newsletters electronically! This saves funds in postage for VNPS.
• The VNPS Annual Meeting, hosted by chapters around the state, offering an opportunity to hear exemplary speakers and see native plants.
• Our Annual Workshop, offering high quality educational opportunities.
• An Opportunity to be active in your community through chapter programs and activities including programs, field trips, plant identification, propagation, landscaping, and conservation projects. Community needs and interests determine the thrust of each chapter’s activities.
• Dues are tax deductible in the amount they exceed $5.
• Other contributions are tax deductible in accordance with IRS regulations. Now that the print version of the Flora of Virginia has been published, we are helping to bring the The Flora App to life. This exciting project is well begun, with help from many VNPS botanical and photographic experts.
 

The Flora App

When joining the VNPS, you can choose to become a Member at Large, or to choose a local Chapter for membership.

Visit any of our Chapter’s websites to learn more about their contribution to the Virginia Native Plant Society.

Blue Ridge Wildflower Society

Counties of: Appomattox  |  Bedford  | Botetourt  |  Campbell  |  Craig  |  Franklin  |  Henry  |  Patrick   |  Roanoke; Cities of Roanoke and Lynchburg

Jefferson

Counties of: Albemarle | Fluvanna| Greene |Louisa | Madison |  Nelson |  Orange; City of
Charlottesville

John Clayton

Counties of: Gloucester |  James City | Matthews | Middlesex | York |  southern King and Queen;
Cities of Hampton | Newport News | Poquoson | Williamsburg

New River

Counties of:  Bland | Carroll | Floyd | Giles| Montgomery | Pulaski | Wythe; Towns of:
Blacksburg | Christiansburg; City of Radford

Northern Neck

Counties of: Lancaster | Northumberland | Richmond | Westmoreland

Piedmont

Counties of: Clarke | Culpeper | Fauquier | Frederick | Loudoun | Rappahannock | Warren; City of Winchester

Pocahontas

Counties of: Amelia | Charles City | Chesterfield | Dinwiddie | Goochland | Hanover |Henrico |King William | New Kent |  Powhatan | Prince George; Cities of: Colonial Heights | Hopewell | Petersburg and Richmond

Potowmack

Counties of: Arlington | Fairfax; Cities of Alexandria | Fairfax | Falls Church

Prince William Wildflower Society

County of: Prince William; Cities of Manassas | Manassas Park

Shenandoah

Counties of: Augusta | Highland | Page | Rockingham | Shenandoah | City of; Harrisonburg

South Hampton Roads

Isle of Wight County; the cities of Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach; and towns of Smithfield and Zuni.

Upper James River

Counties of: Allegheny | Amherst | Bath | Rockbridge; Cities of: Lexington | Buena Vista

Membership Type

There are many ways to take part in the Virginia Native Plant Society!

Individual ($30)

Patron ($50)

Family ($40) All members must be at the same physical location.

Student ($15)

Sustaining ($100)

Life ($500)

Associate ($40) If choosing an Associate to be a representative member for an Organization.

CLICK HERE to Join VNPS as a new member.

CLICK HERE to Renew your Membership.

Donate To The Virginia Native Plant Society

You can choose to donate to the VNPS as a whole, or to a particular Chapter of your choice. Select the appropriate link, below.

 

VNPS

Blue Ridge Wildflower Society

Fredericksburg Area

Jefferson

John Clayton

New River

Northern Neck

Piedmont

Pocahontas

Potowmack

Prince William Wildflower Society

Shenandoah

South Hampton Roads

Upper James River


Can’t Use the Neon System?

If you cannot use our online Neon Membership management system, i.e. if you have no email or are not able to make payment online, please use the hard-copy form provided at right. Click the image to open and print the document.