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California Native Plant Society Overview
The mission of CNPS is to conserve California native plants and their natural habitats, and increase understanding, appreciation, and horticultural use of native plants.
2013 finds CNPS adding its first international chapter in Baja California to bring total chapter count up to 34 regional chapters throughout the California Floristic Province and hiring its first full time Horticulture Program Director. Donate online by going to our homepage, cnps.org.
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The California Native Plant Society works to preserve the flora of our wild spaces, and in today's world of invasive weeds, that work is so important. People are becoming complacent and accepting of the hodgepodge of invasive weeds in our wild places and are often not even aware that they are not ...
My work with CNPS began some three years ago, when my curiosity and interest in California native plants put me in contact with local CNPS members conducting field trips in the Sierra foothills region.
At first, my activity consisted of attending field trips and meetings of various speakers, and ...
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This is an almost 50 year old conservation organization which strives to protect native plants throughout California. It is science based and has developed a listing of rare and endangered plants which are used by many other people and organizations. It has a large volunteer base. It has well ...
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