CNPS is a conservation organization that celebrates and saves California’s globally important plants and places. Our passionate staff and volunteers help conserve California native plants and their natural habitats, and increase understanding, appreciation, and horticultural use of native plants.
Current Job Openings
- Natalie Hopkins Conservation Intern – due Feb. 10, 2023
- Lead Field Botanist / Assistant Field Botanist – due Feb. 15, 2023
CNPS Needs Volunteers
Join teams working on locally initiated projects and local teams working on statewide programs. Volunteer To Help CNPS.
Other Botany and Wildlife Job Announcements
Visit the CNPS forum for outside (non-CNPS) job postings.
Latest news and stories
For the first time, the newly updated CNPS Rare Plant Inventory 9.5 makes available public searches on threats and the display of threat summary statistics for over 1,800 rare California native plants.
CNPS has been proud to be the voice for California’s native plants on a global stage, which helps build support for what we care about most here at home.
Threatened by mining, California's tiny and rare Inyo rock daisy is in danger of losing its entire range.