LA BioBlitz Challenge 2022: Map/Identify Critical Locations for Conservation
If you already have or can quickly obtain photo documentation pertaining to native plants, then this effort seems like a good place to share it.
Monarch Day of Action – Mar 12 & 19, 2022
Get your hands dirty, help out Milkweed and Monarch populations, and even get some free California native milkweed seed too!
Now at 5 locations, wi…
Call to Action: Class 1 E-Bike access to Portuguese Bend Reserve
Class 1 E-Bike access to Portuguese Bend Reserve
On October 5, the Rancho Palos Verdes City Council approved Class 1 E-Bike access to the Portugues…
Scot Pipkin: Using California Plants to Create Habitat at Home, Sep 13, 2021
General Meeting – Sep 13, 2021
Plant for Birds: Using Native California Plants to Create Habitat at Home
Join Scot Pipkin to discuss habitat at ho…
Larry Rich and Blanca Diaz: Willow Springs Wetland, June 7, 2021
General Meeting – June 7, 2021
Willow Springs Park Wetlands
This month’s presentation will be on Willow Springs Park Wetlands, a restoration sit…
Why Plant a Native Habitat Garden?Written and compiled by Tony Baker, 10/2020 This article explores some of the ideas and plants that have been successful in my coastal California native plant garden. A habitat garden could also be called a backyard restoration because if we implement some specific design elements into our home landscape, we can create a beautiful and…
Field Guide to California Insects
As a native plant enthusiast I am often curious about the bugs that I find in my native garden. An answer to my questions is here: For release on 30 O…
Palos Verdes Nature Preserve
The South Coast Chapter provided extensive input regarding the Natural Communities Conservation Plan (NCCP) that was created by the City of Rancho Pal…
What is the relationship between RPV and the PVPLC?
The city of Rancho Palos Verdes and the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy work together though their Natural Community Conservation Planning agr…
Machado Lake Ecosystem Rehabilitation Project
On November 2, 2004, the voters of Los Angeles overwhelmingly passed Proposition O, a $500 million bond issue for open space improvement projects.