The February 2024 Newsletter is now avai…
Student Scholarship Grant Program
In 2019, our chapter established a grant program to encourage college and university students to undertake research and projects on California native plants within Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. The goal of the scholarship is to advance the accessibility of native plant research in addition to increasing the feasibility of a project emphasizing the natives in our two beautiful counties. Qualifying topics include, but are not limited to: the ecology of native plants, plant communities, pollination ecology, seed dispersal, taxonomy, phenology, restoration, conservation, and more.
For more information about the scholarship click on the link to the flyer.
To apply to the 2024 Student Scholarship, please click on the link and fill out the scholarship submission form.
2022’s Recipient – Mary Cadogan
Previous Grant Recipients
2021: Stephanie Calloway, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo; Recruitment limitations of the northern island mallow (Malva assurgentiflora subsp. assurgentiflora) on Anacapa Island
2021: Annie Meeder, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo; Analysis of Alternative Post-Eradication Transitions and Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Grasslands on Santa Cruz Island.
2020: Joanna Tang, UC Santa Barbara; Restoring Vernal Pool Communities Through Thatch Manipulation.
2019: Theresa Lujan, Cal State University, Channel Islands; Phylogenetic and Morphological Analyses of Channel Islands Endemic Malacothrix.