Posted by: Sandy Steinman | September 30, 2019

September 2019 CNPS Field Trips

Bay Area California Native Plant Society Chapter September 2019 Field Trips:

September Field Trips:

(for more information on trips go to chapter websites; also check out late trip postings at chapter websites)

Bristlecone (Mono, Inyo and NE Kern counties) http://bristleconecnps.org/index.php

East Bay CNPS http://www.ebcnps.org/

Marin CNPS http://www.marin.edu/cnps/

  • September 7 Abbott’s Lagoon, Pt. Reyes

Milo Baker (Sonoma county) http://milobaker.cnps.org/index.php/events/field-trips

  • September 19, Fairfield Osborn Preserve, Sudden Oak Death with program coordinator Kerry Wininger, UCCE  Sonoma County
  • September 22, Riddell Preserve Bioblitz with Jesica Rodriguez, Bilingual Field Specialist with LandPaths. Registration required
  • September 28, Pepperwood Preserve, Gardening with Native Plants, presentations and demonstrations by Milo Baker Chapter board members

Napa Valley http://www.napavalleycnps.org/

North Coast http://northcoastcnps.org

  • Sept 15, Sun. Exploring Stone Lagoon’s North End day hike

Santa Clara Valley http://www.cnps-scv.org/

  • Sun Sep 22 9am-noon First Day of Fall Beginner’s Bird and Plant Identification Walk @ Lake Cunningham Park (San Jose)

Santa Cruz http://www.cruzcnps.org/field_trips.php

Yerba Buena (San Francisco/Northern San Mateo) http://www.cnps-yerbabuena.org/

If you are interested in information on other chapters go to: http://www.cnps.org/cnps/chapters/

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