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Old 06-17-2004, 02:30 PM
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From: nhavlik@slocity.org
Date: 05/18/00
Time: 02:01 PM


The California Native Plant Society needs to take an active role in the rescue of the highly endangered flora of Guadalupe Island off the coast of Baja. As CNPSers know that flora is essentially Californian and has been ravaged by goats for many years. Reid Moran reported in Fremontia that it was getting to be now or never time. I urge CNPS to decalre a project of rehabilitation of Guadalupe Island in partnership with Mexican conservation organizations. Thanks.
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From: Damon Byrd
Date: 12/06/00
Time: 02:18 PM


I would be interested in growing plants endemic to guadalupe island,I have a lot of space to do so. If you have any suggestions, please write to:Damon Byrd P.O. Box 874 Venice, CA. 90294
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From: damonbyrd59@hotmail.com
Date: 02/16/01
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Anyone with information and suggestions on helping to revegitate guadalupe island please e-mail me. thanks
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Old 06-17-2004, 02:31 PM
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From: damonbyrd59@hotmail.com
Date: 04/07/01
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I am growing guadalupe island encemic plants. If you have any suggestions , or would like to help-email me.
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From: Juan valdez
Date: 08/13/01
Time: 05:04 PM


How can I help ? I Go Goat hunting on guadalupe once per month to feed my family. I would love to help plant things there for the goats to eat for they are very skinny.
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From: Jason Dewees; jjuania@yahoo.com
Date: 07/11/01
Time: 06:44 PM


I agree with the poster on Guadalupe Island. There is very little left of the unique native flora or fauna of the island, but perhaps enough to make the investment of time and money worth it. Look at the success of San Clemente after goat removal. Reid Moran's FLORA OF GUADALUPE ISLAND must be one of the most poignant, understated arguments for conservation intervention I have ever read. His articles in Fremontia are equally inspiring. Guadalupe is our region's Madeira or Juan Fernandez or Lord Howe or Norfolk.
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