CNPS Calendar of Events

Avoiding Invasives in Your Garden

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The Environmental Learning Center presents a FREE Workshop Series for anyone interested in home gardening for wildlife and water quality. Learn how to garden with less water, manage too much stormwater, and generally provide a healthier habitat for birds, pollinating insects, and more. Avoiding Invasives in Your Garden - Presented by: Natalie Balkam, U.S. Fish […]

Saging the World Screening: Fallbrook Library

Fallbrook Library 124 S. Mission Road, Fallbrook, CA

Sage smudging has become a viral trend. What’s the truth behind the smoke? “Saging” has become common in movies, TV shows, social media, and cleansing rituals–people burning sage bundles in the hope of purifying space and clearing bad energy.  Instead of healing, the appropriated use of saging in popular culture is having a harmful effect. The […]

Drought Tolerant Native Plants for Pollinators

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The Environmental Learning Center presents a FREE Workshop Series for anyone interested in home gardening for wildlife and water quality. Learn how to garden with less water, manage too much stormwater, and generally provide a healthier habitat for birds, pollinating insects, and more. Drought Tolerant Native Plants for Pollinators Presented by: Matthew Shepherd, The Xerces […]

Attracting Birds While Protecting Watershed Health

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The Environmental Learning Center presents a FREE Workshop Series for anyone interested in home gardening for wildlife and water quality. Learn how to garden with less water, manage too much stormwater, and generally provide a healthier habitat for birds, pollinating insects, and more. Attracting Birds While Protecting Watershed Health Presented by: Antonya Pickard, Backyard Habitat […]

LA Works: Tree Planting Event with the National Park Service

Cheeseboro Canyon Agoura, CA

QUICK OVERVIEW With support from California Volunteers, L.A. Works has expanded its capacity to serve organizations addressing climate issues! As part of this initiative, join us for a day of wildfire mitigation through habitat restoration by planting trees in Cheeseboro Canyon with the National Park Service and Santa Monica Mountains Foundation! MISSION OR ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW […]

Ways that we Impact Watersheds in our Garden Decisions

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The Environmental Learning Center presents a FREE Workshop Series for anyone interested in home gardening for wildlife and water quality. Learn how to garden with less water, manage too much stormwater, and generally provide a healthier habitat for birds, pollinating insects, and more. Ways That We Impact Watersheds in our Garden Decisions Presented by: Lora […]

Introduction to the Rushes (Juncus) Workshop – Hosted by the CNPS North Coast and Sanhedrin Chapters

Humboldt State University 1 Harpst St, Arcata, CA

UPDATE: Please contact Gordon Leppig at gtl1@humboldt.edu to be placed on the waitlist. Instructors: Gordon Leppig and Geri Hulse-Stephens   March 11, 2023, 9:00AM—5:00PM  Cal Poly Humboldt, Arcata, CA For more information contact Gordon Leppig at gtl1@humboldt.edu Workshop Description  Juncus is a diverse, ecologically important, and taxonomically complex genus. Though beautiful and common, many rushes can be challenging to […]

Arranging California Native Plants in Bouquets, Garlands, and Wreaths

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Speaker: Cynthia Gingerich Join us to learn more about arranging California native plants in bouquets, garlands and wreaths. When Cynthia Gingerich and her family moved from the South Bay to the Santa Cruz Mountains fifteen years ago, she inherited a yard stocked with native perennials, trees and shrubs from the previous homeowners. After attending her […]