Making a difference in California.
30×30 is an international effort to preserve 30% of the Earth’s lands and waters by 2030. Learn more about 30×30 in California and how you can get involved.
Home to dozens of rare plant species, Molok Luyuk is a haven of biodiversity. Join the efforts to expand Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument to include Molok Luyuk.
Ask your representative to support AB 1573—a transformative bill that would create California’s first requirement for the use of native plants in public and commercial landscapes.
California Seed Strategy
Learn more about the California Seed Strategy and plans to increase the availability of native seed for habitat restoration in California.
CA Landscaper Certification
Created and taught by California native plant experts, this program is designed to provide job training for existing and aspiring landscape professionals.
The resource for native plant gardeners, Calscape will unveil a new design in 2023 with expanded features!
Rare Plant Ranking and Review
For more than 50 years, CNPS has been leading efforts to review and rank the rarity of California’s native plants. Learn more about the process.
Vegetation Mapping and Monitoring
The CNPS Vegetation Program is an ongoing partner in vegetation mapping and classification reporting. Dive into the latest reports.
Expanding Opportunities in Education
From hands-on workshops to school gardens to student grants, learn more about ways that native plant education changes lives.