North Coast CNPS

Wednesday, October 12th
Refreshments and book sale at 7:00; program at 7:30 pm

  The Klamath Mountains: A Natural History

Front FINAL webMichael Kauffmann and Justin Garwood are the co-editors of a new book entitled The Klamath Mountains: A Natural History. The Klamath Mountains contain some of the most exceptional temperate plant communities in the world. Within its geographic boundaries, over 3,500 taxa (species, subspecies, and varieties) of vascular plants occur, including 35 conifer species and 20 species of oak. Michael and Justin will provide an overview of the Klamath Mountains, highlighting the plant communities across the region, and Michael will share photos of the rare and unusual plants that call the Klamath Mountains home.

Books will be for sale at the event!

Michael Kauffmann is an educator, author, publisher, and ecologist in Humboldt County who loves the Klamath Mountains and their native flora and fauna, including his favorite group of plants—conifers. Justin Garwood is a Fisheries Biologist and Environmental Scientist for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife with a focus on fisheries, herpetology, and mountain lakes of Northern California.

Register on Zoom to join from home, or gather in person at Six Rivers Masonic Lodge,  251 Bayside Rd., Arcata; refreshments at 7:00, program at 7:30 p.m.

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If you missed our great Fall Plant Sale, come shop at our nursery at Freshwater Farms Reserve, 5851 Myrtle Ave., Eureka on a Wednesday, Friday or Sunday, 10 am - 1 pm or on Saturdays in October from 10 am- 3 pm.  All of our plants, including plants of 3 of our participating nurseries, are on sale at 20% - 40%.   Please bring a checkbook, credit cards or cash, however we can not make change.  

For a list of plants that we have for sale, download the list: Available plants October 2022

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  Managing Forests to Blunt the Force of the Anthropocene

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Wednesday, May 11, 7:30 pm

During his 36 years in the City of Arcata Dept. of Environmental Services forester Mark Andre led the management and expansion of the Arcata Community Forest.  From his wide forestry experience he can talk about how forests work and how we can manage them to help maintain biodiversity and ameliorate impacts from drought and climate change.

    Register on Zoom to join from home, or gather at Six Rivers Masonic Lodge, 251 Bayside Rd., Arcata, with masks; refreshments at 7:00, program at 7:30 p.m.   

 

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