CNPS Calendar of Events

The Superbloom Era


2023 will go down in the history books as an incredible year for California wildflowers. ‘Superblooms’ germinated throughout the state, capturing the attention of the world while flower fanatics traveled […]

Native Species Day

Taylor Creek Visitor Center CA-89, South Lake Tahoe, CA, United States

Part of the Wild Tahoe Weekend, LTBMU and Great Basin Institute will host the Native Species Festival. This festival is a great way to spend the day outdoors and learn […]

Cathedral Meadow Wildflower Walk

Washoe Tribal Cultural Center Sno Park Cathedral Rd, South Lake Tahoe, CA, United States

Naturalist, John Roos, will lead a leisurely walk, with a couple of stops leading to Cathedral Meadow area. He will discuss the numerous habitats and view the many flowers blooming […]

Bryophyte Basics


Join us to learn about our native nonvascular seedless plants - mosses, hornworts and liverworts! Our speaker Paul Wilson will give an introduction to mosses, liverworts and hornworts of California. […]

Rohner Park Restoration Work Party

Rohner Park 9 Park St, Fortuna, CA, United States

July 15, Saturday, 9-11 am. Help preserve Fortuna's exceptionally old second-growth Redwood forest by removing invasive plants. Meet at the Fireman's Pavilion. Tools and gloves  provided, but it helps to […]

San Diego Chapter Meeting: Rare Plants of San Clemente Island

Casa del Prado, Rm 101 1650 El Prado, San Diego, CA, United States

Julie Lambert of SDSU’s Soil Ecology and Resoration Group (SERG) will tell us about their research work on San Clemente Island, the southernmost of the California Channel Islands and is […]

Garcia River Estuary Tidal Marsh and Riparian Wetlands Plant Walk

Point Arena Lighthouse 45500 Lighthouse Rd, Point Arena, CA, United States

July 22 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (low rising tide) Meet Location: Point Arena Lighthouse Gate Area Public Parking. Join local ecologist/botanist Peter Baye for an exploration and discussion […]