Vail Lake, CA- East of Temecula | Orange County Chapter
Sunday, March 15th
Leader: Jonathan Frank, email@example.com
More details soon. An un…
Join us for a late-season hike to celebrate the anniversary of the California Desert Protection Act on Saturday, November 9th at the Thousand Palms Oa…
Where: Lopez Lake Recreation Area, Arroyo Grande, San Luis Obispo County
When: Friday, August 16 to Sunday, August 18th
Trip Leaders: Keir Morse…
August 8th, 2019 | Mt. Eddy, Shasta-Trinity National Forest | Shasta Chapter
Start training now for our all-day CNPS Rare Plant Treasure Hunt! At 9…
Friday, July 12 to Sunday, July 14, 2019
Join us for a campout at Crystal Lake in LA County featuring Rare Plant Treasure Hunts, guided interpretive …
Thursday, June 13, 2019 9:00-4:30
Point Reyes National Seashore is seeking volunteers willing to participate in its annual monitoring of the only e…
Where: Conglomerate Mesa, Inyo County
When: Saturday-Sunday May 11-12
Join CNPS, Friend of the Inyo, and Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden documen…
Saturday, May 4th, 9-11am
Join the Alta Peak Chapter in Tulare County to help us document Springville Clarkia or just enjoy yourself viewing flowers.…
The Governor's new Biodiversity Initiative is a victory for native plants and a important validation of CNPS work.
Soon, in Carpenter Valley, more than 1,000 acres of lush meadow and forest will be protected by the Truckee Donner Land Trust and an easement held by The Nature Conservancy.
The most striking and intriguing plants we found during our watershed assessment project in the Plumas National Forest were two carnivorous species: roundleaf sundew (Drosera rotundifolia) and California pitcherplant (Darlingtonia californica).
For the past year, the CNPS Vegetation Program has been working with volunteers to produce a fine-scale map of cypress stands throughout the state.