Southern California Conservation Issues
Monday February 5, 2018
7:30 pm – 9:30pm
Join us at our monthly membership meeting with the new California Native Plant Society’s Southern California Conservation Analyst, Nick Jensen. Nick will give us an introduction and overview of the different conservation issues we face in our region and how we can work together to make a difference.
Nick started his full time position with CNPS at the beggining of the new year and has already been digging into a myriad of issues, initiatives and projects and will be working closely with CNPS chapters and conservation partners in the southland. Nick has been part of CNPS of many years. After graduating from UC-Davis, Nick worked in the CNPS Vegetation Program. He transitioned to our Rare Plant Program where for several years he was the CNPS Rare Plant Botanist, and then Rare Plant Program Director before leaving to pursue graduate studies in California’s native flora, with a focus on the incomparable Tejon Ranch. Last month, Nick completed his PhD program at the Claremont Graduate University and now, takes over as CNPS Conservation Program’s lead staff person in Southern California.
Open and Free to the Public
South Coast Botanic Garden
26300 Crenshaw Blvd.
Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90274
For more information, contact David Berman email@example.com
Point Vicente Native Garden – Community Service Event
Sunday, January 21st | 10am to 12pm (noon)
Sunday, February 18th | 10am to 12pm (noon)
Sunday, March 18th | 10am to 12pm (noon)
Sunday, April 15th | 10am to 12pm (noon)
Sunday, May 20th | 10am to 12pm (noon)
Sunday, June 10 | 10am to 12pm (noon)
Sunday, July 15th | 10am to 12pm (noon)
Sunday, August 19th | 10am to 12pm (noon)
Sunday, September 16th | 10am to 12pm (noon)
Sunday, October 14th | 10am to 12pm (noon)
Sunday, November 18th | 10am to 12pm (noon)
Sunday, December 16th | 10am to 12pm (noon)
Point Vicente Interpretive Garden
31501 Palos Verdes Dr. W.
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
Come join us for a volunteer day in the native plant garden at the Point Vicente Interpretive Center. Get outdoors by helping with our oceanside garden. Participants learn about native California plants and valuable gardening skills. All ages and skill levels are welcome.
Close-toed shoes are required and please bring sun protection and water.
To join us, RSVP to Megan Roy at firstname.lastname@example.org two days prior the the event if possible.