Shasta Chapter CNPS

Promoting native plant appreciation, education, and conservation

Firecracker-flower (Dichelostemma ida-maia) © Greg Lockett

Join us for field trips, meetings, plant sales, and more! Explore our diverse habitats: alpine peaks to valley floors, deserts to wetlands, grasslands to forests. As professionals and amateurs alike, we learn and make a difference together. Non-members are welcome, too!

Shasta Chapter has been serving Shasta, Lassen, Modoc, and Siskiyou counties since 1983. We support California Native Plant Society’s mission to protect California’s native plants and their natural habitats, today and into the future, through science, education, stewardship, gardening, and advocacy.

© Greg Lockett

In the Garden

Expand your garden with native plants! Join us at propagation sessions and learn about cultivating native plants.

© Don Burk

On the Trail

Join us on field trips!  Or check out one of our recommended trails on your own.  Plant lists are available for many areas!

© Kar Stoker

Botany 101

Join us at our Chapter meetings, special lectures, and workshops to learn about California’s native plants!


It took a while to get here, but was it ever worth the wait!  The wildflowers are spectacular this year, bursting forth and blooming like crazy.    The Shasta Chapter, too, has burst out of its pandemic lethargy and is finally getting back to its normal busy self!  Please come join us!

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Yana Trail, Sacramento River Bend Recreation Area © José O. Hernández



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Sky lupines, Lupinus nanus, Iron Canyon Trailhead, April 14, 2019 © José O. Hernández