I know it seems too early to be thinking seeds. Many of my plants are just starting to bloom. I just wanted to remind those who are interested that the seed exchange is going to take place ate the October meeting before the main program. Let a few of your garden native plants go to seed and bring the seed to the seed exchange. More information will follow in newsletters to come. There is information on seed collection available on the cnpsslo website under the resources/growing natives tab (link). Marti Rutherford
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- 19http://cnpsslo.org/event/growing-grounds-farm-plant-sale-9-17/11:00 am-4:00 pm09-19-2017Growing Grounds Farm Wholesale Nursery3740 Orcutt Rd, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401, USA
Growing Grounds Farm is a non-profit wholesale nursery located in San Luis Obispo. Growing Grounds offers California natives, Mediterranean perennials, succulents, restoration and mitigation plants, a wide variety of grasses, and a selection of perennial herbs.
Growing Grounds Farm is a wholesale nursery and does not sell directly to the public except on the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m
- 21http://cnpsslo.org/event/cnps-slo-board-of-directors-meeting/6:00 pm-7:30 pm09-21-2017Whole Foods1521-1537 Froom Ranch Way, San Luis Obispo, CA 93405, USA
CNPS-SLO Board of Directors meeting, Thursday, Sept. 21st, 6:00 – 7:30pm, Community Room, Whole Foods Market, San Luis Obispo. All interested persons are encouraged to attend and contribute their ideas during the meeting. All are welcome!
- 30http://cnpsslo.org/event/workshop-survey-of-a-rare-plant-habitat-2/8:30 am-11:30 am09-30-2017Highland Drive and BrodersonCorner of Highland Drive and Broderson, Los Osos
Saturday, Sept 30th, 8:30 – 11:30 am, Second survey of a rare plant habitat workshop, Los Osos
If you have an interest in collecting data at a rare plant habitat site, please join plant biologists Melissa Mooney and Bill Waycott for this workshop.
San Luis Obispo County is home to many rare plant habitats, most of which have not been surveyed in many years. We will work in teams to identify and record the dominant plant species within a 60-foot radius from a predetermined GPS point. We plan to survey other rare plant habitats in the county over the next two years. This data will be forwarded to the state office for inclusion in the Manual of California Vegetation.
Please meet at the corner of Highland Drive and Broderson Ave. in Los Osos. Bring a clipboard, sharpened pencil with a good eraser, a phone or device that reads GPS locations (if available), along with a hat, water, and snacks.
For more information, contact Melissa at (805) 459-8099, firstname.lastname@example.org.