It’s that wonderful time of year when the California Native Plant Society celebrates California Native Plant Week.
The Marin chapter of CNPS coordinates a series of free events from lectures to outdoor hikes and viewing of wildflowers and removing invasive weeds.
The annual botanical extravaganza with over 700 central Californian species on display.Find out more »
Location: Meet at the gate to the Willis Evans Trail on Redwood Canyon Drive in San Geronimo. Come celebrate California Native Plant Week with a visit to a special habitat. The ridge above the south side of the San Geronimo Valley is one of the great gems in the county. Wildflowers (including several serpentine endemics), a pygmy Sargent cypress forest, and incredible views are our reward for the sustained climb that will bring us to the top. This hike is…Find out more »
This walk is along the road looking at the rich diversity of plant species found in the area. The area is shady and can be cool, so dress accordingly. Leader is Nancy Morin. Skaggs Springs Road, park at the east side of Haupt Creek Bridge, about 6 miles east of Highway 1. White globe lily - Stacey FlowerdewFind out more »
Free Arborist, Tree Care Specialist, & Urban Forester Spring Sudden Oak Death Training Session; UC Berkeley; Morgan Lounge, 114 Morgan Hall; Berkeley. To register, or for more information, email email@example.com.Find out more »
44th Wildflower Show: Hundreds of wildflowers displayed. Talks by John Muir Laws and Dan Gluesenkamp. Other talks: plant ID, pollinators, gardening, restoration. On sale: plants, books, art, posters, cards. Fun things for children. Free. West Valley College 14000 Fruitvale Avene. Located in the Biology wing of the Science and Math buildings, which parallels Allendale Avenue. Free parking in Lots 1 and 2 duringFind out more »
WAHA invites you to our first West Adams Native Gardens Tour. The self-guided tour opens the gates of ten private gardens that feature native plants in historical settings throughout the West Adams District. All of the front yards and some back yards will be open to view, with knowledgeable owners and docents who will describe the plants and the benefits of “going native.” The gardens on the tour will showcase reduced water use, reduced (or eliminated) chemical and pesticide use, improved habitat…Find out more »
This course will be a combination of lecture and field exercises in vegetation sampling with a focus on collecting data using the CNPS-CDFW combined vegetation rapid assessment/relevé method. More details and registrationFind out more »
Three amazing days filled with school classes visit, wildflower show, art night, native plant sale, talks, and more!Find out more »