MISSION STATEMENT

We seek to promote interest in the conservation of orchids, the world’s largest flowering plant family. We choose to do this by community involvement in the conservation of native and tropical orchids through:
Educational programs to increase awareness by lectures and demonstrations on plant culture, propagation and preservation.
Rescue and relocation of native plants due to the destruction of habitats in CT.
Be good stewards of our environment in order to preserve orchid habitats for the pleasure of future generations.

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NSOS is a 501(c)(3) corporation and an officially affiliated organization of the American Orchid Society
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Walter Doehr - Web master

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CONSERVATION THROUGH EDUCATION
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NEW LOCATION, Farmington Senior Center, 321 New Britian Ave., Unionville
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Orchid Gala 2014
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