Workshops & Professional Training
California Native Plant Society plant science training workshops provide botanists, biologists, land managers, and ecologists the scientific skills and practical experience necessary to assess, manage, and protect native plants and lands in California and beyond.
High Quality, High Value
All CNPS workshops feature:
Beautiful Field Sites
Small Class Sizes
Registration is Full
August 8-10, 2023
Mammoth Lakes, CA
Taught by Sandy Namoff, Nick Jensen, and Brendan Wilce
$550 CNPS Members / $600 Non-Members
With onsite lodging: $645.10 CNPS Members / $695.10 Non-Members
Before registering, please review our workshop participant expectations and liability waiver, cancellation policy, and registration and payment policy. Note that some details, including exact locations of classroom or field sites, may be subject to change.
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If you have questions about any workshops, or suggestions for future workshop topics and instructors, e-mail Alyssa Huante, email@example.com.
CNPS is committed to reducing barriers and broadening participation in our workshops. We are offering financial support opportunities for students, early professionals, or anyone who may not otherwise be able to attend. This scholarship will cover the cost of one CNPS plant science workshop. In some instances, CNPS will also provide monetary assistance for travel and accommodations.
The scholarship form is due six weeks before the workshop date that you would like to attend. You will be notified within four weeks of the workshop date about the financial aid determination. Please fill out the form below to be considered as a potential recipient of a workshop scholarship.