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The Bay Leaf Editors
Save Knowland Park Bioblitz Citizen scientists do an inventory of the native flora and fauna of Knowland Park.
Field Trips Check out the August 6 geology and native plant field trip in Sobrante Ridge Regional Preserve.
Conservation Analyst Report The Dublin City Council adopted the “Dublin Open Space Initiative”, creating an urban limit line. The East Bay Chapter of CNPS and other conservation organizations, along with many citizens of Dublin worked hard to win this major victory.
Restoration Projects Dedicated volunteers keep up the battle against the invasive species threatening our native flora.
Point Isabel Restoration Team The Point Isabel team works with the Mendocino Land Trust and is rewarded with terrific educational and recreational experiences.
Fall Membership Meeting Membership meetings resume on September 24.
Potluck Picnic The East Bay Chapter and the Wildlife Society will sponsor a picnic in Tilden Park. Mark October 12 on your calendar.
Native Here Nursery Schedule of talks at the Nursery given by leading experts on native plants.
Native Here volunteer story An interview with with a dedicated volunteer at the Nursery.
Plant, Pollinators, Predators Beautiful photos of insects feeding on native flowers taken by East Bay Chapter VP Bill Hunt
Directory Contact information for East Bay Chapter leaders.