Meet our new Field Trip Coordinator
Lynn Houser is a past President and Conservation Chair for Milo Baker Chapter and also served on the State CNPS Board for many years. She has a B.S. In Botany and has worked on the Santa Rosa Plain surveying rare vernal pool plants. She is a mother of two (ages 25 and 28) and loves nature education for all ages. She works as a Pharmacy Technician these days and wants to host Plant Walks to be able to spend more time outside, hiking and sharing the botanical treasures of Sonoma County, especially during the flower season. Lynn welcomes all to come out to see our native flora and also any suggestions for locations and leaders for next year.
Please welcome Lynn in her new role and look for upcoming Plant Walks starting in February. Read more on our Plant Walk page.