Pismo Preserve

04-22-2018 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Pismo Preserve
Address: 80 Mattie Rd, Pismo Beach, CA 93449, USA

Sunday, April 22, 9:00 am

Join CNPS members at this spectacular natural open space, overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

Meet at the entrance by taking the free shuttle (there is no parking permitted on the grounds). It is recommended you arrive at one of the two shuttle stops by 8:30 am to insure your arrival at the Preserve by 9:00 am. The two shuttle stops are located at: a) Pismo Beach City Hall and b) Dolphin Bay Resort. The shuttle service is provided by Ride-On SLO between 8:00 am and 6:00 pm.

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, bill.waycott@gmail.com.

Rain or the threat of rain cancels.

Related upcoming events

  • 02-02-2019 9:00 am - 02-02-2019 12:00 pm

    Saturday, Feb. 2, 9:00 am, 

    Point Buchon Trail, Montaña de Oro State Park

    Meet at the Coon Creek Trailhead parking lot at the south end of MDO.

    We will walk to the PG&E kiosk and sign in. The hike is 6.6 miles roundtrip with a 300 ft. elevation change. Come prepared to talk about birds, plants, and discover the picturesque headlands (binoculars recommended). There is also the possibility we may have access to some of the interior portions of the PG&E property.

    Bring water, snacks, and dress in layers for changing weather.  A hat and sturdy shoes are advised.

    Contact Bill, 805-459-2103.


    IMAGE

    2 of 3 California Coast Live Oak Quercus agrifolia Forest along the Coon Creek Trail in Montana de Oro State Park, Los Osos, CA, 20 May 2010. Photo by "Mike" Michael L. Baird, mike at mikebaird d o t com, flickr.bairdphotos.com, Nikon P6000.

    "Mike" Michael L. Baird, flickr.bairdphotos.com

  • 03-02-2019 All day

    CNPS-SLO has organized a daylong visit to SBBG. The Garden’s mission is to conserve native plants and habitats with an emphasis on vegetation communities of the Central Coast and the offshore islands. All plants used in the Garden are California natives. Activities during the day will include:

    • short hike in one of the neighboring coastal canyons
    • visit to a few of the Garden habitat sections
    • tour of the Herbarium, Research Labs, Seed Bank, and Propagation Facility
    • afternoon lecture and workshop on lichens of the Central Coast

    Bus transport to the Garden may be an option. Please mark your calendars and join us for this unique opportunity. For more information, contact bill.waycott@gmail.com.