Are you interested in vegetation sampling? Do you have a favorite plant community, alliance or association? Then please contact Melissa Mooney, chair of the newly-enlivened Vegetation/Plant Communities committee of our SLO Chapter (email: firstname.lastname@example.org). We’ve been in touch with Julie Evens and Jennifer Buck of the State CNPS Vegetation Program, and will be coordinating with the folks in the East Bay Chapter who are doing similar work. First order of business will be to prioritize what communities need focus for possible assessment and mapping and lay out our goals. Serpentine communities? Morro manzanita maritime chaparral? Valley Oak Savanna? Get those ideas coming and lets do some sampling!
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- 06http://cnpsslo.org/event/fiscalini-ranch-preserve/9:00 am-12:00 pm01-06-2019Windsor Blvd Cambria1820 Windsor Blvd, Cambria, CA 93428, USA
Join us for a look at the biology of this spectacular openspace overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Our visit will include a look at tidal effect zones, seasonal freshwater marshes and wetlands, as well as the Monterey pine forest (part of three remaining native stands in the world).
Meet at 9am the south end of Windsor Blvd in Cambria. Be sure to bring your wildflower guides, adequate water and food, a hat, sturdy shoes, and dress in layers for the weather.
For more information contact Bill Waycott, 805-459-2103. Participants should arrive with protective gear in the event of a possible rain shower