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Evening programs are free, public programs on the second Wednesday of each month, September through May, at the Six Rivers Masonic Lodge, 251 Bayside Rd., Arcata. Refreshments at 7:00 p.m.; program at 7:30 p.m. For information or to suggest a speaker or topic contact Michael Kauffmann at 407-7686 or michaelekauffmann @gmail.com

Outings are open to everyone, not just members. All levels of expertise, from beginners to experienced botanizers, are welcome. Address questions about physical requirements to the leader. It is wise to contact the leader before the trip, in case plans change.
 


May and beyond. Virtual Spring Wildflower Show on this website (see tab above) Photos of wildflowers, presentations on pollination and pollinators, posters and slideshows about invasive plants, dune plants, butterflies, Wiyot plants, photographing wildflowers,and more. The flowers never wilt!

May 1,2,3, Fri., Sat., Sun. Native Plant Sale pre-order pick-up.  See order information on Plant Sale page of this website (on a tab above).  At our nursery at Freshwater Farms Reserve,  5851 Myrtle Ave.        If you missed the pre-order, you can still buy plants!  At the Kneeland Glen Farm Stand.  You can contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

May 13, Wednesday. 7:30 p.m.  Zoom Webinar: "Botanizing the BLM Lands of the North Coast."  Jennifer Wheeler, botanist for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in Arcata, will take us on a virtual journey across BLM lands on the North Coast.  The BLM manages a diverse collection of habitats across Humboldt, Trinity, and Mendocino Counties, including Red Mountain, South Fork Eel, and King Range.  Jennifer will introduce us to a variety of wonderful plants including the newly described Wailaki Lomatium (Lomatium kogholiini) from the Red Mountain Area of Critical Environmental Concern.  We will also visit the Douglas-fir forests of Butte Creek Management Area and the oak woodlands of Lacks Creek and Travis Ranch.  

May 15-17, Friday-Sunday.  Weaverville Weekend.  The East Weaver Trail is a wildflower favorite of our neighbors in the Shasta Chapter of CNPS, who we hope will join us on this outing.  Camping at East Weaver Campground (group camp site is reserved) (or staying at motel or B&B in nearby Weaverville), we will be in oak woodland and at the trailhead for this day hike. We will gather there Friday afternoon or evening, day hike Saturday, have a campfire dinner together Saturday night, visit some other fun trail Sunday morning, head home after lunch.  Tell Carol if you are interested in all or part: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 707-822-2015.  Canceled.

May 20, Wednesday. 7:00 p.m. Zoom Webinar "Capturing California's Flowers" Using digital images to investigate phenological change in a biodiversity hotspot.   Jenn Yost and Katie Pearson.

Botanists have been collecting plants in California since the late 1700’s. They never suspected that botanists of the future would use those collections to understand the effects of climate change on California’s plants. Today we are doing just that. The California Phenology (CAP) Network is a collaboration of 45 California herbaria that is working to digitize nearly 1 million specimens by 2022. These data are made publicly available on a newly developed data portal, cch2.org. The CAP Network is also recording the phenological status (e.g., flowering, fruiting) of digitized specimens, generating a massive dataset with which we can answer questions such as: 1) which species are in most danger of phenological mismatches, 2) which habitats and vegetation types are most phenologically sensitive to changes in precipitation and temperature, and 3) where might mismatches occur between plants and their pollinators, pathogens, and pests? Jenn and Katie will show you how to look at plants year round in the CCH2 and will lead an interactive workshop where you can help contribute data to California’s historical collections from the comfort of your own home.

June 27, Saturday.  Field trip.  Botanizing with Green Diamond botanists.  Wait and see.

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