People are a part of nature, not apart from it, and the health of humans and lands are intertwined. Biodiversity Initiatives move people from understanding to action in the promotion of California’s tremendous biodiversity.
We ask questions about the world and seek to answer them through observation and learning. Understanding then leads to action.
Learning what plants live in our state and where creates better understanding and decision making.
California lost a tragic amount of giant sequoias in recent wildfire seasons, yet the Save Our Sequoias Act may in fact be a misdiagnosis of the problem at hand.
Dr. Jun Bando will begin her new role as CNPS Executive Director on Oct. 10.
The scale of extreme wildfire in California requires quick and decisive action, but must be implemented with consideration of environmental impacts.