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October 17, 2013


October 17, 2013

I have been a member of CNPS for many years. They have inspired me to make over my garden with native plants. CNPS provides any and all the information I could possibly need, first hand or through links to relevant partners. Books, maps, seminars, lectures, regular meetings, dedicated nurseries are all available to members and often to the community at large. Annual native garden tours are a wealth of information not only for help in choosing appropriate plants but also for ideas for infrastructure utilizing solar, eco-irrigation/graywater, insect and fauna habitat etc. One has immediate contact and conversation with local experts in these fields.
Their educational outreach in the realm of local political, community and land-use concerns is most comprehensive and effective.

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Expand their outreach which I try to do at every opportunity.

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Assist at chapter plant sales, garden tours, wildflower shows, and hikes; survey and monitor vegetation in local wildlands; attend association, city, and county meetings to identify issues of local vegetation importance; sponsor a school garden; lead a chapter program or project; comment with experienced chapter members on general plans and environmental impact reports; assist in the Sacramento state office; become an expert of a land area, habitat type, or species. Volunteer