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California is a global treasure because of its native plants. No other state in the nation has as many species, and of those a third can’t be found anywhere else in the world! That’s why we’re fighting to preserve California’s native plants and places before it’s too late. The Conservation Program at CNPS advocates for maximum legal protection and science-based, ecologically sound land-management. Join us and support our conservation efforts today!

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Elephant Hill and the Sepulveda Basin are spaces where our chapter is active.
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Hummingbird relaxing on a manzanita. Photo: Kris Ethington
Hummingbird relaxing on a manzanita. Photo: Kris Ethington

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Molok Luyuk (Walker Ridge) Photo: Jim Rose

Molok Luyuk (Walker Ridge

Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation and CNPS are working to protect this special land.