Stewardship

The battle against invasives

French Broom (Genista monspessulana)

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Cape Ivy (Delairea odorata)
Sticky Ageratina (Ageratina adenophora)
California State Parks Volunteerism
Return of the Natives

Stewardship Events in 2024

March 17th: Broom Bash at Point Ishxenta! Now a monthly event. St. Patrick’s Day cookies and tea will be served! View flyer below for information on how to register.

February 18th: Join us at Point Ishxenta for a Broom Bash. This is our first stewardship event in some time, so grab your gloves and come meet your CNPS MB chapter members and plant enthusiasts. Click button below for more info. IMPORTANT: Please self-register by emailing montereycnpsstewardship@gmail.com

Event Flyer

Central Coast Stewards discussion forum

This forum is designed for professional and volunteer land stewards who work to manage or maintain the native flora and fauna of the Central California coast. The forum is intended to foster communication about issues, questions, successes and failures with others in the field. Please no advertising, please no political discussions and debates, and please treat the ideas of others with respect.

This forum is email-based, so all emails sent to the list will be disseminated to all forum members. All conversations are archived and available to anyone in a searchable Yahoo Group (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CentralCoastStewards). Photos and videos can be shared via our Flickr page (http://www.flickr.com/groups/centralcoaststewards).

 

Utilizing the Central Coast Stewards list:
To subscribe to this group, send an email to centralcoaststewards+subscribe@chuckhaugenconservationfund.org
To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to centralcoaststewards+unsubscribe@chuckhaugenconservationfund.org
To post to this group, send an email to centralcoaststewards@chuckhaugenconservationfund.org

This forum is hosted by the Chuck Haugen Conservation Fund and the Monterey Bay chapter of the California Native Plant Society.