- 1414.April.SundayReservoir Canyon Trail, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401, USAhttp://cnpsslo.org/event/wildlife-walk-and-talk/Reservoir Canyon Trail, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401, USA
April 14 Reservoir Canyon – Wildlife Walk and Talk – 9:00 am
Local wildlife biologist and Cal Poly Professor Francis Villablanca joins to share his knowledge creatures and critters.
Meet at the end of Reservoir Canyon Rd., coming from SLO, take 101 North about 1 mile past Monterey St. exit. Turn right onto Reservoir Canyon Rd.
Route: Reservoir Canyon Loop
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate, 2-3 hours1000 Main St, Cambria, CA 93428, USAhttp://cnpsslo.org/event/cambria-wildflower-show-2/1000 Main St, Cambria, CA 93428, USA
The premier wildflower show on the north coast is scheduled for April 13 & 14 at the Vet’s Hall in Cambria (1000 Main Street) from 12:00 to 4:00 on Saturday and 10:00 to 2:00 on Sunday.
We usually have around 400 species of plants on display collected from the coastal region from the county line to the North and Montana de Oro to the South. In the display, plants are grouped by family and labelled with scientific name and common name. There are also notations for rare, invasive, and introduced. I think this would be a great event for any plant lover to experience.
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- 2020.April.SaturdayUS-101 & El Camino Real & US-101, Santa Margarita, CA 93453, USAhttp://cnpsslo.org/event/caliente-ridge/US-101 & El Camino Real & US-101, Santa Margarita, CA 93453, USA
Saturday, April 20th, 2019, 8:30 am
Caliente Ridge, Carrizo Plain Natl. Monument
We will drive through the Monument towards the Selby Camp and up Caliente Ridge (high clearance vehicle recommended). Meet at the Santa Margarita Exit Park and Ride.
Bring plant guides or plan to purchase one during the trip. Also, bring adequate water, food, and dress in layers for the weather; a hat and sturdy shoes is advised. For more information contact Bill Waycott, (805) 459-2103, email@example.com.
Researchers have discovered that Phytophthora ramorum, the pathogen that causes SOD, spreads most often on infected California bay laurel leaves. Some management options are available, but they are effective only if implemented before oaks and tanoaks are infected; hence, timely detection of the disease on bay laurel leaves is essential for a successful proactive attempt to slow down the SOD epidemic.
CNPS-SLO Annual SOD Blitz
The SOD Blitz informs and educates the community about the disease and its effects, gets locals involved in detecting the disease, and produces detailed local maps of disease distribution. The map can then be used to identify those areas where the infestation may be mild enough to justify proactive management.
- A community meeting/training session held on a Friday evening in May, followed by collection of leaf samples by volunteers on Saturday and Sunday.
- Samples and accompanying forms are then turned in at a central location Saturday and Sunday afternoon/evenings.
- We provide a list of recommended areas for sampling at the meeting and divide into groups.
PLANT SALE FUNDRAISER
We provide refreshments and table settings and we ask that you bring your own eating utensils (although plastic utensils are available).
Tickets at $10 per person are available for purchase on our website or if you prefer, you may send payment to D. Krause, 2706 Newton Drive, Cambria, CA, 93428.
Questions? Contact David Krause at firstname.lastname@example.org or 805-927-5182 for information about our next banquet.