June 18, 2013
Native Plant Society is a statewide nonprofit organization seeking
to increase understanding and appreciation of California's native plants
and to preserve them in their natural habitat through scientific activities,
education, conservation, and restoration.The San
Diego Chapter serves San Diego and Imperial counties. We
invite you to come to our meetings and field trips, learn more about
the flora of our state, and meet people who share your interest in native
plants.You may email direct general questions about native plants or the chapter to email@example.com.
After The Fire - Revegetation and recovery guidelines, references and resources.
Chapter Projects - San Diego Chapter sponsored projects.
Chapter Store - Browse our books, posters, CD's and more at chapter meetings and the plant sale.
Town State Park
Do you have stacks of empty one-gallon cans along the side of your house? Wondering what to do with all those empty pots?
Committee Activities - Rapid
Assessment vegetation surveys
San Diego Native Garden Tour 2012
See archived pictures of the 5 featured gardens from 2012
Chapter Meetings are
held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. Room 101 or 104, Casa del Prado, Balboa Park. At 7:00pm you can visit our sales table, get your mystery plant identified or enjoy a snack and chat with other plant lovers.
June 8 - Garden Work Party - Saturday
Old Town State Park Native Garden
1:00pm to 3:00pm
June 9 - Kick off Event - Sunday
Friends of Del Mar Mesa
The Preserve Way Trailhead - Eastern end of Rancho Toyon
June 18 - Pre-Chapter Meeting - 3rd Tuesday
Natives for Novices - What not to Plant & What to Remove
Speaker - Susan Lewitt
6:30pm to 7:00pm
June 18 - Chapter Meeting - 3rd Tuesday
Native Plants at the San Diego Botanic Garden
Save the Date !
Oct 12- Fall Plant Sale - Saturday
Save the Date !
Volunteer Opportunities with CNPS San Diego
Email List Server
Here you can join the San Diego community in exchanging information relevant to the appreciation and conservation of San Diego's native plants, including education, science, advocacy, horticulture and land stewardship. To sign up for the listserve please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
our monthly newsletters - April is now available.
Learn about the native flora of San Diego County and beyond, the use of native plants in gardens and the conservation and management of rare and endangered plants and habitats.
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