About The Michigan Botanical Club

Download our brochure here. (pdf)

Download our brochure here. (pdf)

The Michigan Botanical Club is the native plant society for the State of Michigan, and the home of the Michigan Big Tree Program.

The club was founded in 1941 with a focus on:

  • Conservation of all native plants.
  • Education of the public to appreciate and preserve plant life.  
  • Sponsorship of research and publication on the plant life of the State.
  • Sponsorship of legislation to promote preservation of Michigan native flora.
  • Establishment of suitable sanctuaries and natural areas.
  • Cooperation in programs concerned with the use and conservation of all natural resources and scenic features.

Cypripedium acaule, colloquially known as the Pink Lady Slipper or Moccasin Flower

Cypripedium acaule, colloquially known as the Pink Lady Slipper or Moccasin Flower


Huron Valley Chapter: Based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. HVC meetings are held on the 3rd Monday, September through April, excepting December, at 7:30 pm at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens auditorium, 1800 N. Dixboro Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48105. 

Southeastern Chapter: Meetings are held at on the first Sunday of the month 2:00 p.m. Visitor Center, Heritage Park, Farmington Hills, during the Fall and Winter.

Southwestern Chapter: Meetings are held January through March/April, October through December on the third Monday of the Month, 6:30 pm at People’s Church 1758 N 10th St., Oshtemo Township

White Pine Chapter: Meetings are held on the second Saturday, September through April. Meetings start at 2:00 pm and are held in Room 142, Niemeyer Hall, Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI.

Learn more about the Michigan Botanical Club:

If you would like to download a printable brochure, please click here.

If you would like to download the constitution, please click here.