Plants are the basis of our life on South Padre Island.
Plants protect our beaches from storm damage, our coastlines from erosion, and our water from pollution. They provide essential habitat for birds, fish and wildlife that draw visitors and preserve the uniqueness of coastal region. These visitors are an economic lifeline for our island—they rent our condos and beach homes, stay in our hotels, eat in our restaurants, shop in our stores, and support our economy. We’re connected to plants through the air we breathe, the food we eat, and medicines they provide.
But what do we do to protect plant ecosystems we depend on?
Help us build our botanical garden by sponsoring a garden or an exhibit.
Join Us At Our Next Fundraising Event
Join the Journey
Buy an engraved paver to support the NPC. Make a mark in our garden.
We are always open to exploring projects & sponsorships with other organizations.
We rescue native plants on the island to maintain the ecosystem and preserve our lives here.
Donate to help finish our exhibits and public botanical garden so that we can give back to the community.
There are hundreds of ways to help us preserve native plant life on South Padre Island.
Join us for our Chrisgiving Eve Gala on November 29th!
Join our sponsorship program and support new exhibitions at the Native Plant Center.
Come take the walk. Magnetize yo life.
We have completed our initial build-out thanks to our Founding Sponsors Cameron County CIAP, Ocean Trust and Bonefish Grill.
Now, we need your help to complete our development so that we can open and contribute to our community. Please consider a sponsorship with naming recognition for the following items privately or through your company.
Featuring the native and coastal plants of South Padre Island — $12,500
Uniquely centered above a national water dome and small vortex to engage the spirit; with a cascading water feature & lighting — $5,000
SPI aquatic fish and plant display — $10,000
Sabal palm, spanish dagger, etc. — $12,500
Rainwater collection roofing & irrigation — $5,000
Augmented Reality (AR) interactive experience of the coastal ecosystem, like those of the Bahia Grande and Laguna Madre — $10,000
Outdoor wetland ponds & fountain — $12,500
Outdoor learning and event center — $50,000
November 29th | 6:30—10:30
Plant of the Month
Plant of the Month is a series on the plants we carry or showcase at the Native Plant Center. More summaries coming soon!