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.
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Latest news and stories
An important step to combat the rampant poaching of California’s native succulents known as dudleya. The bill, authored by San Diego Assemblymember Chris Ward, is the first California bill specifically drafted to protect plants from poaching.
Barnali Ghosh shares her connection to California native plants through the colorful sarees of her homeland, Bangalore.By Frédérique Lavoipierre | Summer 2021
Congressman Garamendi Releases Draft Bill to Expand Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument