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NAOCC is a coalition of organizations dedicated to conserving the diverse orchid heritage of the U.S. and Canada. Founded by the Smithsonian Institution and the United States Botanic Garden. Based at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center. Edgewater, Maryland, USA.
European and North American native orchid information including photos, descriptions, distribution maps, and field trip reports. Jean-Luc and Elisabeth. France.
Photographs and other information about orchids found in the state of Florida. Prem Subrahmanyam. Florida, USA.
Membership provides fellowship, encouragement, and further education of orchid growing. Cooperative to help restore Cypripedium kentuckiense to the region. Founded 1980. Alexandria, Louisiana, USA.
A photographic record of the beautiful, and often rare, native orchids that can be found in the area. Lynden, Washington, USA.
Group of individuals sharing a common interest in natural history, and the native orchids of North America in particular. Founded 2003. North Carolina, USA.
Membership and events information. Photographs of native orchids occuring in Saskatchewan. Founded in 1983. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Meetings, contacts, and show information. Native orchids of Alberta and British Columbia. Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
University of British Columbia project with information about the orchid species found in the province.
Celebrating the diversity, beauty, and preservation of orchids and wild flowers on the Bruce Peninsula. Tobermory, Ontario, Canada.
Serving Greater Chicagoland. Meetings, awards, and events information. Photos of midwest native orchid species. Glencoe, Illinois, USA.
Membership, events, meetings, and contact information. Orchids of New England section. Gorham, Maine.
Working with the Muttart Conservatory to help develop a world-renowned orchid species collection for the citizens of Edmonton and orchid enthusiasts around the globe. The site features includes an orchid species database and search game. Founded in 1991. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Promoting the cultivation, preservation, and enjoyment of orchids. Activities, contacts, and meetings information. Photo gallery. Serving the greater Quad City Area. Moline, Illinois, USA.
Orchid images, including species found in Arizona. Prescott, Arizona, USA.
Rescuing the orchids of Chiapas. The botanical garden has over 3000 rescued plants, with 418 species of the 700 recorded for Chiapas. Project of Pronatura Sur. Founded in 1994. Craig Robert Dietz (Cisco). San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico.
Meeting dates, events, contact, and membership information. Orchid FAQ, quiz, and list of orchids native to Iowa. Founded in 1960. Des Moines, Iowa, USA.
Membership and events information. Newsletters, conservation projects, and photos. Founded in 1987. Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA.
Stimulating interest in orchids and their culture. Native Arkansas orchids information. Springdale, Arkansas, USA.
The hunt to photograph Florida's native orchids and incidental related things. Prem Subrahmanyam. Altamonte Springs, Florida, USA.
Membership and activities info. Canadian native orchids listing including locations, descriptions, and flowering season. Orchid growing info for beginners. Hamilton/Burlington, Ontario, Canada.
An interactive guide to the native orchids of Wisconsin. Descriptions and pictures. Jeffrey R. Hapeman. University of Wisconsin, USA.
Integrating undergraduate student learning with the conservation of North America's rarest native orchids. Illinois College. Jacksonville, Illinois, USA.
Blog featuring many of the native orchids found in the US Pacific Northwest. Lynden, Washington, USA.
Organization dedicated to sharing the enthusiam of growing orchids. Information about Indiana's native orchids. Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
Orchid photo gallery (including native Florida orchids). Graphics and web design. Orchid calendars and gift items. Prem Subrahmanyam. Altamonte Springs, Florida, USA.
Forum for discussing all aspects of the lives of wild, native orchids, especially terrestrial plants growing in the Northern Hemisphere.