Local CNPS Chapters
About CNPS chapters | chapter map
Alta Peak Website
Tulare County, with an emphasis on Sierra Nevada foothills up to Sequoia National Park and Sequoia National Forest. Contact: president Joan Stewart at
Baja California Website: (Español): http://baja.cnps.org/es/ (English): http://baja.cnps.org/en/
Contact: president Cesar Garcia at
Inagural Celebration announcement
Bristlecone Website | Newsletter Archive |
Mono and Inyo Counties and northeastern Kern County - an area that includes the east slope of the Sierra Nevada, the Northern Mojave Desert, the Inyo and White Mountains, and the Owens Valley. The southern end of the Bristlecone Chapter's geographically large territory, in and around the Indian Wells Valley, has its own sub-chapter: Creosote Ring.
Bryophyte Chapter Website
The Bryophyte Chapter is a state-wide chapter that aims to increase understanding and appreciation of California's mosses, liverworts and hornworts, and to protect them and the habitats in which they grow.
Channel Islands Website |
Southern and eastern Santa Barbara County and the westernmost portions of the San Fernando Valley.
Dorothy King Young Website | Newsletter (updated May-Jun 2015)
The entire coastal area of
Mendocino County and the northern coast of Sonoma County.
Membership includes the communities of Jenner, Gualala, Sea
Ranch, Point Arena, Mendocino and Fort Bragg.
East Bay Website | Newsletter Archive
Bay Area. Membership is spread throughout the East Bay cities.
El Dorado Website | Newsletter Archive |
Sierra Foothills area around Placerville.
County Website | Newsletter Archive
Angeles-Santa Monica Mountains Website | Newsletter Archive |
throughout the Los Angeles Basin, Santa Monica Mountains and San
Fernando Valley, with most from Los Angeles.
Marin Website | Newsletter Archive
Baker Website |
Most of the northern and
of San Bernardino County. Contact: president Tim Thomas at
Bay Website | Newsletter Archive
San Benito Counties.
Lassen Website | Newsletter Archive |
Butte, Glenn, Tehama, and Plumas counties. Contact: president Paul Moore at
Napa Valley Website
| Newsletter Archive
Napa, St. Helena, and Calistoga
areas of the Napa Valley.
Coast Website |
Centered on the
Eureka, Arcata and McKinleyville area.
North San Joaquin Valley Website |
Merced, Stanislaus, and South San Joaquin Counties. Contact: James Brugger at
County Website |
from throughout Orange County.
Redbud Website | Newsletter Archive
Placer and Nevada Counties.
Riverside-San Bernardino Website |
Bernardino County and all of Riverside County.
Valley Website | Newsletter |
Sacramento, Yolo, Colusa, Sutter, Yuba and lower Placer
Stockton Sub-chapter Website | Newsletter
Diego Website | Newsletter |
and Imperial Counties.
San Gabriel Mountains Website | Newsletter Archive |
and eastern San Fernando Valleys.
Sanhedrin Website | Newsletter Archive
Inland Mendocino and Lake Counties.
Clara Valley Website |
Central and southern San Francisco Peninsula and
South Bay area.
Luis Obispo Website | Newsletter (updated Apr 2015) |
San Luis Obispo County.
Cruz County Website | Newsletter
Santa Cruz County.
Sequoia Website | Newsletter Archive
Madera and Fresno Counties. Contact: Jeanne Larson at 559-243-0815.
Based in Redding, and serves Shasta, Siskiyou, Modoc, and part of Trinity and Tehama counties.
Foothills Website | Newsletter (updated July 2015) | 2015 Field Trips schedule
Amador, and Mariposa Counties. Contact: president Bob Dean at 209-754-5887.
Coast Website | Newsletter |
near the Palos Verdes Peninsula.
Linn Jepson Website | Newsletter Archive
Buena Website | Newsletter |
of San Francisco and northern San Mateo County.