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California Native Plant Society Annual Fall Sale: Oct. 7th to order mark your calendars

California Native Plant Society Annual Fall Sale: mark your calendars Plant Sale Update One morning in August, Wendy Born, Cindy Tancreto, Betty Young, Pat Sesser and I potted up 150 plants. They join over 2000 plants being grown for our fall plant sale. A core group of people have been propagating and growing plants in our […]

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California Native Plant Society Annual Fall Sale: mark your calendars

California Native Plant Society Annual Fall Sale: mark your calendars Plant Sale Update One morning in August, Wendy Born, Cindy Tancreto, Betty Young, Pat Sesser and I potted up 150 plants. They join over 2000 plants being grown for our fall plant sale. A core group of people have been propagating and growing plants in our

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California Native Plant Society Annual Fall Sale: mark your calendars

California Native Plant Society Annual Fall Sale: mark your calendars Plant Sale Update One morning in August, Wendy Born, Cindy Tancreto, Betty Young, Pat Sesser and I potted up 150 plants. They join over 2000 plants being grown for our fall plant sale. A core group of people have been propagating and growing plants in our

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Milo Baker chapter California Native Plant Society annual plant sale

Support local biodiversity…   This year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, instead of a plant sale at our nursery during the Eco-Friendly Garden Tour, we will have a NO CONTACT on-line sale. All proceeds from this plant sale support the conservation and education programs of the Milo Baker (Sonoma County) Chapter of California Native Plant

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STOP CENTENNIAL: Saving one of California’s greatest wildflower habitats

What we loose: The proposed Centennial Specific Plan is sited on a hot, windy grassland prone to wildfire. CAL FIRE has designated the location a high fire hazard severity zone. Neighborhoods would be built on top of two major fault lines, including the San Andreas. Public transit will not accompany the project, leaving future residents

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