Chapter Videos

The CNPS Yolo Colusa Chapter holds member meetings several times a year. This page includes recordings of the presentations made at these meetings. More to come!

Cache Creek Conservancy & Cache Creek Nature Preserve

April 2024 Yolo-Colusa Chapter of CNPS: A presentation about the Cache Creek Conservancy, including its history, current restoration work, and the native plants found around the nature preserve. The presenters are the Habitat Restoration Specialists Ivy Liu and Lynne Haralson

California Prairies - California's Most Underappreciated Major Ecosystem

February 2024 Yolo-Colusa Chapter of CNPS: The California prairie is our state’s least understood and protected widespread ecosystem. It is a major source of California’s botanical diversity, but often it is dismissed as non-native annual grassland and subject to development and destruction.

Exploring Yolo County's Remnant Habitats by Kees Hood

August 2023 Yolo-Colusa CNPS: Yolo County is located in California’s Central Valley, and much of the native habitat of this area has been lost to agriculture and urbanization. Fortunately, there are a number of remnant habitats that support a wide variety of amazing native plants. In this video, Kees Hood presents information on several of these remnant habitats.