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- 04https://cnpsslo.org/event/water-resilient-landscape-design-workshop/1:00 pm-3:00 pm12-04-2019
The workshop will introduce rainwater, stormwater and greywater tools that can be applicable in urban, suburban or rural situations. The demonstration site we will be on is more rural in nature. We will also talk about integrating these tools into education so we would like to invite interested educators as well as homeowners.
- 05https://cnpsslo.org/event/place-to-land-conserving-habitats-for-people-plants-and-wildlife/7:00 pm-9:13 pm12-05-2019SLO Vets Hall801 Grand Ave, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401, USA
CHAPTER MEETING Dec 5th 2019 – Thursday – 7pm, social, 7:30pm program
Place to Land: Conserving Habitats for People, Plants, and Wildlife
Daniel Bohlman and Lindsey Roddick of the Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County
The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County has been protecting diverse landscapes throughout San Luis Obispo County for the last 30 years. Land conservation has had intentional and unintentionally benefits for rare and common plants. Daniel Bohlman and Lindsey Roddick of the Land Conservancy will share how this non-profit organization has succeeded in protected important landscapes and how those conservation actions have benefited natural communities throughout San Luis Obispo County.
Daniel Bohlman has worked on conserving the Central Coast for the last 18 years through his work at The Nature Conservancy, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and for the last 14 years at The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County. He is currently the Deputy Director and works closely with local land owners to preserve the Central Coast landscape.
Lindsey Roddick is the Senior Restoration Ecologist at The Land Conservancy and ensures stewardship of the land under The Land Conservancy’s care is ecologically sound and provides for long-term health of the landscape.
- 21https://cnpsslo.org/event/mushroom-walk-cambria/All day12-21-2019
Saturday. Dec. 21st, 10:00 am, Mushroom Walk, Cambria
Led by Eric Brunschwiler, David Krause, and Dennis Sheridan
We will look for mushrooms growing in the Monterey pine forests of Cambria while enjoying the beauty of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve. Meet at the corner of Tipton Street and Warren Road in Cambria at 10:00 AM. How to get there: Travel north on Hwy 1 to Cambria. At the first stoplight, turn left onto Ardath Drive. Follow Ardath and turn right onto Tipton Street. Continue to the intersection with Warren Road (2 blocks) and find a parking place. Bring water, your field guides and a mushroom basket for you may want to collect some edible varieties. Dress appropriately for the weather. Be prepared for poison oak. The hike will be easy, about a 2-3 hour stroll through the woods. For additional information, email, text, or call Dave Krause: email@example.com, (805) 459-9007.