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California Native Plant Society meeting & news | Monday. Act Now.

September 12, 2021
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[Posted by Chuck Almdale, submitted by Grace Murayama]

The South Coast Chapter of the California Native Plant Society has a meeting & program tomorrow, Monday 13 Sep 2021.

PROGRAM: PLANT FOR BIRDS: USING NATIVE CALIFORNIA PLANTS TO CREATE HABITAT AT HOME

Speaker: Scot Pipkin

For many of us, gardens are more than places to grow food or pretty flowers. If we want to create rich, diverse, and resilient habitats in our yards and communities, we have to start with the appropriate native plants. They provide an opportunity to attract a variety of local wildlife and cultivate healthy natural systems. One of the best indicators of a successful habitat garden is the bird life it attracts. In this talk, we will look at the important role native plants play in providing our local birds with the food, shelter, and nesting materials necessary for survival. We will also examine how the use of native plants and fundamental design principles can contribute to a sense of sanctuary and well-being for the people in our garden spaces. Taking a deep dive into the major food groups birds need (fruits, seeds, insects, and nectar), Scot will talk about native California species that are readily available and will be sure to enhance the habitat quality of your garden.

MEETING LOCATION

This meeting is via Zoom

Join Zoom Meeting by following this link:
https://cnps-org.zoom.us/j/92487485027?pwd=dnZtaUNrSktPbVQxRW5wTWVFSHNJQT09

Or use the meeting ID and password below at https://zoom.us/

Meeting ID: 924 8748 5027
Passcode: 955573

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The meeting starts at 7:30, but gathering at 7:20 or so is recommended.

Link to sccnps:  https://sccnps.org/

Giant plant sale of ordinary-sized plants!

They are having a plant sale Sept 14-26. Order online and schedule your pickup day & time. Read the details, including a frighteningly long list of available plants, on the SCCNPS website.
Go to: https://sccnps.org/

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