Native Plant Sale

Native Plant Sale

It’s the annual event you’ve been waiting for. Create your drought-tolerant native garden with help from CNPS-SLO!

Local native plant enthusiasts are hosting a sale of water-thrifty California Native Plants. Tips and advice for all garden situations available at no additional charge.

Hundreds of plant varieties for yards and gardens will be available. Many are excellent for attracting birds and butterflies to your garden. Native plants are adapted to this area so they save water, and reduce the need for pesticides and fertilizers.

Nipomo Native Garden Plant Sale

NIPOMO NATIVE GARDEN FALL PLANT SALE

Saturday, October 7th, 9AM to 1 PM

Nipomo Native Garden Parking Lot on Osage. Take 101 to Tefft to Pomeroy, left on Camino Caballo. Right on Osage.

There will be a wide variety of landscaping plants, many drought tolerant grasses, shrubs, trees. Also –

  • Tee Shirts & Caps
  • Information and advice
  • Great Plants – Great Prices

Plus Grand Opening of Little Free Library!

For more information 929-3589 or cjelinek@calpoly.edu

Workshop: Survey of a Rare Plant Habitat

Workshop: Survey of a Rare Plant Habitat

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, mjmoon@charter.net.

Workshop: Survey of a Rare Plant Habitat

Workshop: Survey of a Rare Plant Habitat

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, mjmoon@charter.net.

Workshop: Backpacking 201

Workshop: Backpacking 201

This is an opportunity to meet hikers who have spent time on the PCT (Pacific Crest Trail).

Join backpackers Bill and Diana Waycott, Jacqui Stone, and Timothy Kershaw of the Sierra Club and the California Native Plant Society for this workshop. They will bring their equipment to illustrate what essentials are needed for a backpacking trip, how to lighten one’s load before you get out on the trip, and discuss an assortment of food options to consider.

Meet at the SLO Vet’s Hall, 801 Grand Ave. Bring questions and equipment, if you think it needs a critique.

For more information, contact Bill at (805) 459-2103, bill.waycott@gmail.com.

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