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Grass ID course — Grasses of the Oakland Hills for EBRPD

We’re very happy to be teaching a course on grasses of the Oakland Hills for East Bay Regional Park District. This course is catered for the professional and amateur who may have limited botanical knowledge allowing the student to then feel like they can competently ID at least a dozen grasses and be tuned into… Read more »

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Restoration… of the website

So we learned that invasive and (ob)noxious species also exist on the web, thus hacking our site. So we’re taking this as a sign that we need to update a few things, reorganize, reseed, and take note of resources we want to preserve and steward. So please be patient, there’s more to come. Thanks. -Lech

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Bay Area Restoration Course, March 5-12-19

BAY AREA RESTORATION COURSE A formal small group course and discussion on Restoration Ecology for professionals, volunteers and interested public   Bay Area Restoration (BAR) offers an academically-infused professional course on restoration principles, project design, and monitoring. The 3 day classroom-based course will interactively present the field of restoration, teach basic principles and ideas, and… Read more »

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Fern ID and Regeneration Workshop at Garber Park, Oakland – Saturday Feb. 21

We are excited to offer this unique workshop that combines ecological restoration with plant ID. Location: Garber Park, Oakland – 9:30am start on 2/21/15. Generously sponsored and hosted by the Claremont Canyon Conservancy and Garber Park Stewards.

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Thank you to our Supporters and Donors! 2014 Annual Report

2014 has been our most successful year ever! Service-based learning opportunities abounded throughout the Bay Area: – Mission Blue butterfly larvae were spotted by knowledgeable stewards – Living fascines were built with volunteer hands to reinforce areas of eroding soil – Youth in Richmond experienced their first (rainy) taste of one of the Bay’s richest… Read more »

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California Native Plant Society 2015 Conservation Conference

The 2015 CNPS conservation conference will be happening in San Jose from January 15 through the 17th. This conference only occurs once every three years, and its truly a wonderful event for all. I’ve been fortunate to serve as a conference steering committee member, session co-chair, workshop presenter and helped in various capacities as an organizer and presenter…. Read more »

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Master Restoration Certification… still open

We’re excited to announce that we have sent out letters of acceptance to a few of our new Master Restoration Certification Fellows. We still have a couple of spots open, so if you’re still interested, we’d love to hear from you. Please plant a seed and apply by Oct. 31.    

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October 2nd Presentation: Mission Blue-SF

Program: Restoration of Twin Peaks for Mission Blue Butterfly Habitat: Stories, Surprises and New Paradigms in Restoration Date: Thursday, October 02, 2014 7:30pm Speaker: Lech Naumovich Location: Recreation Room, Francisco County Fair Building

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Master Restoration Certificate Program

We are excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for our 2014-2015 Fall Master Restoration Certificate. This program aims to be a welcoming and professional way to jump-start your career as a restoration/conservation practitioner with a community of students striving towards similar goals. Whether you want to acquire the tools to become an employable land… Read more »

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Restoration Session at the 2015 CA Native Plant Society Conservation Conference

We’re honored and excited to be co-chairing the Restoration sessions of the 2015 CNPS Conservation Conference with Bruce Orr of Stillwater Science. We already have an exciting group of abstracts, but we’re hoping to get a few more to fill in some content goals. Please read below and see if you might have something to… Read more »

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  • _MG_3957

    Grass ID course — Grasses of the Oakland Hills for EBRPD

    We’re very happy to be teaching a course on grasses of the Oakland Hills for East Bay Regional Park District. This course is catered for the professional and amateur who may have limited botanical knowledge allowing the student to then feel like they can competently ID at least a dozen grasses and be tuned into… Read more »

  • COAST LIVE OAK - oakland

    Restoration… of the website

    So we learned that invasive and (ob)noxious species also exist on the web, thus hacking our site. So we’re taking this as a sign that we need to update a few things, reorganize, reseed, and take note of resources we want to preserve and steward. So please be patient, there’s more to come. Thanks. -Lech

  • IMG_0524

    Bay Area Restoration Course, March 5-12-19

    BAY AREA RESTORATION COURSE A formal small group course and discussion on Restoration Ecology for professionals, volunteers and interested public   Bay Area Restoration (BAR) offers an academically-infused professional course on restoration principles, project design, and monitoring. The 3 day classroom-based course will interactively present the field of restoration, teach basic principles and ideas, and… Read more »

  • athyrium filix-femina sori

    Fern ID and Regeneration Workshop at Garber Park, Oakland – Saturday Feb. 21

    We are excited to offer this unique workshop that combines ecological restoration with plant ID. Location: Garber Park, Oakland – 9:30am start on 2/21/15. Generously sponsored and hosted by the Claremont Canyon Conservancy and Garber Park Stewards.

  • _MG_3649

    Thank you to our Supporters and Donors! 2014 Annual Report

    2014 has been our most successful year ever! Service-based learning opportunities abounded throughout the Bay Area: – Mission Blue butterfly larvae were spotted by knowledgeable stewards – Living fascines were built with volunteer hands to reinforce areas of eroding soil – Youth in Richmond experienced their first (rainy) taste of one of the Bay’s richest… Read more »

  • California Native Plant Society 2015 Conservation Conference

    The 2015 CNPS conservation conference will be happening in San Jose from January 15 through the 17th. This conference only occurs once every three years, and its truly a wonderful event for all. I’ve been fortunate to serve as a conference steering committee member, session co-chair, workshop presenter and helped in various capacities as an organizer and presenter…. Read more »

  • Master Restoration Certification… still open

    We’re excited to announce that we have sent out letters of acceptance to a few of our new Master Restoration Certification Fellows. We still have a couple of spots open, so if you’re still interested, we’d love to hear from you. Please plant a seed and apply by Oct. 31.    

  • October 2nd Presentation: Mission Blue-SF

    Program: Restoration of Twin Peaks for Mission Blue Butterfly Habitat: Stories, Surprises and New Paradigms in Restoration Date: Thursday, October 02, 2014 7:30pm Speaker: Lech Naumovich Location: Recreation Room, Francisco County Fair Building

  • Master Restoration Certificate Program

    We are excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for our 2014-2015 Fall Master Restoration Certificate. This program aims to be a welcoming and professional way to jump-start your career as a restoration/conservation practitioner with a community of students striving towards similar goals. Whether you want to acquire the tools to become an employable land… Read more »

  • Restoration Session at the 2015 CA Native Plant Society Conservation Conference

    We’re honored and excited to be co-chairing the Restoration sessions of the 2015 CNPS Conservation Conference with Bruce Orr of Stillwater Science. We already have an exciting group of abstracts, but we’re hoping to get a few more to fill in some content goals. Please read below and see if you might have something to… Read more »