North Coast CNPS



Evening programs are free, public programs on the second Wednesday of each month, September through May, normally at the Six Rivers Masonic Lodge, 251 Bayside Rd., Arcata. Refreshments at 7:00 p.m.; program at 7:30 p.m.  In deference to COVID this fall's programs are scheduled to be Zoom webinars.  Find the link to register for them on the home page of this website each month as the date approaches.

Outings, when they are not prohibited by COVID protocols, 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.


September 9, Wednesday. 7:00 p.m. Zoom webinar.  "Mt. Rainier Wildflower Adventure." Join Donna Wildearth on a journey to see the sub-alpine wildflowers on Mt. Rainier which John Muir referred to as ". . . the most luxurious and the most extravagantly beautiful of all the alpine gardens I ever beheld in all my mountain-top ramblings." With Kathy Dilley's and her own photos and informative comment Donna will recount their trip last year to see this wildflower spectacle.  Register for Zoom on the home page of this website.

September 26 & 27, Saturday & Sunday. Fall Native Plant Sale.  In time for fall planting! Thousands of plants, more than one hundred species.  County-approved protocol: by appointment only; masks required; physical distancing observed.  Sign-up for appointments and see a plant list on the Plant Sale tab of our website.  The sale is at our chapter's nursery at Freshwater Farms Reserve, 5851 Myrtle Ave., Eureka (near Three Corners Market)

October 14, Wednesday. 7:00 p.m.  Zoom webinar.  "Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change."         Professional conservation photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter present the story of their falling in love with California's spectacular wildflower blooms and developing their documentary art project, an award-winning book and traveling exhibit.  Always using natural light, in the field, leaving the subject plant unharmed, they developed tricks and techniques to create stunning portraits of California wildflowers.  Their photos of dramatic California scenery also reflects their artists' touch and patience. Their book is available at

November 11, Wednesday.  7:00 p.m. Zoom webinar.  "Saving Humboldt's Big Lagoon Bog."  Big Lagoon Bog is a botanically exciting spot, with diverse herbaceous species embedded in a sphagnum matrix, including 11 species considered rare or uncommon in California.  Encroachment by woody vegetation, slow and steady for approximately 85 years, threatened the existence of these bog species.  After a massive woody vegetation removal project orchestrated by our chapter three years ago, Joseph Saler, A M.S. student at Humboldt State University and a biological consultant, stepped in to document the change and how the bog plants responded.  This exciting presentation will introduce the need for treatment, the unique species found there, and tell how they have responded so far in this important experiment in ecological stewardship.  Register for Zoom on the home page of this website.

December 9,  Wednesday.  Evening program.  Format and topic to be decided.

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