LIBS' vice-president, Andrew Greller, recently published a book chapter entitled: "Beech (Fagus grandifolia) in the Plant Communities of Long Island, New York, and Adjacent Locations, and Some Comparisons Across Eastern North America (p. 16)"

Jim Goltz's unabridged article highlighting the 2016 LIBS California trip (with copious photos) is now available.

Purple Chokeberry
(Aronia prunifolia)
Round-Leaved Sundew (Drosera rotundifolia) Scrub Oak
(Quercus ilicifolia)
Photos courtesy of Donald J. House

The Long Island Botanical Society is dedicated to the promotion of field botany and a greater understanding of the plants that grow wild on Long Island, New York.




Programs have been posted through December, 2018.

Field trips through October for 2018 have been posted.