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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.
 


January 13, Wednesday.  7:00 p.m. Zoom presentation. "Growing and Appreciating California Succulents in the Garden and in the Wild."   A few pieces of California native succulents from a CNPS wildflower show prompted geologist and restorationist Paul Heiple to add many California natives to his large collection of "foreign" succulents.  Soon he was deep into Dudleyas, Sedums, Lewisias, cacti, and yuccas. Paul will share the excitement of finding these beautiful plants in the wild, and he will tell how he grows them.  Paul volunteers extensively with the Santa Clara Valley Chapter of CNPS, where he shares his expertise and enthusiasm for succulents, as well as the message that native wildlife need native plants.  He also leads the long-running, effective weed warrior effort at Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve, a famous serpentine grassland reserve in Redwood City (on the San Francisco Peninsula).  Register for this Zoom event on our website (www.northcoastcnps.org).

 January 16, Saturday.  Little River State Park field trip. This small park at the north end of Clam Beach displays fresh dunes, recently stabilized dunes, young dune forest, freshwater wetlands, and a restoration plot with two species of sand verbena.  We will walk about 1 mile.  With time and energy and conducive weather we will then drive to the south end of Clam Beach and explore towards the mouth of the Mad River.  Bring lunch and water; dress for cold and wind.  Our covid protocol insists on small groups, face coverings, and social distancing.  Please register with Carol at 707-822-2015 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to learn details.

 February 10, Wednesday, 7:00 p.m. Zoom evening program. "Forest Highway 1: Flowers, Insects, and Vistas." Titlow Hill Rd. (off  Highway 299 west of Willow Creek) leads to Forest Highway 1, the entrance to a botanically exciting world and an invigorating mountain experience in Six Rivers National Forest.  The serpentine soils, numerous rock outcrops, and west-facing grasslands all support interesting plants, and the vistas are stunning.  CNPS members Pete Haggard, Carol Ralph, Ann Wallace, and Donna Wildearth will present their favorite photos collected in this Horse Mountain-Grouse Mountain corridor over many seasons and many years. Register for this Zoom event on our website (https://northcoastcnps.org).

 February 27, Saturday.  Grays Falls field trip.  Winter shrubbery and trees (with mistletoe) will amuse us at this favorite inland site along the Trinity River. We will walk 1-2 miles on rough trails.  Serious weather will call for Plan B.  Bring lunch and water; dress for the weather.  Our covid protocol insists on small groups, face coverings, and social distancing.  Please register with Carol at 707-822-2015 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to learn details or ask about Plan B.

March 10, Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.  Zoom evening program

April 14, Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.   Zoom evening program: Laurie Wayburn of Pacific Forest Trust will talk about the role of forests in saving the world and how we can manage them to let them do it.

 May 2-3, Saturday-Sunday.  Core days of the all new, covid-safe Spring Wildflower Show

 May 2-3, Saturday-Sunday.   Spring Native Plant Sale.  Check back for format.

 May 12, Wednesday, 7:00 p.m. Zoom evening program. Kristi Mergenthaler talks about serpentine soils and their special plants in southwest Oregon.

 

 

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