CNPS Calendar of Events

Virtual Native Plant Events and Webinars

Online

Have Qs or want to add events, email Elizabeth ekubey@cnps.org. Virtual events have made it possible to hear speakers from all over CA! Open the event to see upcoming webinars/events and see recordings.

San Luis Obispo Chapter Plant Sale

Pacific Beach High 11950 Los Osos Valley Rd, San Luis Obispo, CA

Online orders Oct 18-Nov 4, pick up Nov 6 CNPS-SLO will be having our big annual plant sale on Saturday November 6 from 10am to 2pm at the Pacific Beach […]

Shasta Chapter Plant Sale

Shasta College 11555 Old Oregon Trail, Redding, CA

The Shasta Chapter of the California Native Plant Society (CNPS) will be having a native plant sale on Friday and Saturday, October 22 and 23, from 9 am until 3:30 […]

Sequoia Chapter Plant Sale

Intermountain Nursery 30443 Auberry Rd, Prather, CA

Order online Oct 28-Nov 4th, pick-ups November 7th

Sequoia Chapter Plant Sale

Intermountain Nursery 30443 Auberry Rd, Prather, CA

The Sequoia Chapter online plant sale will be Thursday, Oct 28th through Thursday, Nov 4th. The pickup day will be on November 7th at Intermountain Nursery from noon to 3pm. […]

QUAIDS: Questions, Answers, Identifications Session

Online

Register here: https://bit.ly/3BEvxOO In the 7 months since the start of the CA Fire Followers project, volunteers have made ~56K observations! But ~15k observations that still need to reach Research Grade […]

San Gabriel Mountains Plant Sale

Monrovia Historical Museum 742 E. Lemon Ave, Monrovia, CA

Join us at our annual native plant sale where you will find a large variety of well-priced, unusual, and low water use California native plants and wildflower seeds. Knowledgeable chapter […]

Botanizing the Bigfoot Trail

Online

Did you know that the Klamath Mountains of northwest California and southwest Oregon are one of the most biodiverse temperate mountain ranges on Earth? In fact, 32 species of conifers […]

Lunada Bay Parkway Project

Online

South Coast CNPS will hold its November meeting virtually. Barbara and Bill Ailor will be presenting about the Lunada Bay parkway project More details will be added here