The Niagara Frontier Botanical Society was established in 1983 with 35 charter members, to promote the study, appreciation and conservation of plant life in Western New York and adjacent Ontario, with an emphasis on field botany. We have grown to over 100 members, 8 of which are institutional.
Though we are an affiliate of the Buffalo Museum of Science, our meetings are held at the Harlem Road Community Center in Amherst, New York. We meet there at 7:30 pm on the second Tuesday of each month, September through May.
If you wish to join the Society or would like detailed information about upcoming meetings and field trips, please refer to the current issue of Clintonia, our bi-monthly journal which features original articles and reprints of local botanical and environmental interest, many authored by our own members.