Quarterly Gathering - December 2-4, 2016
University of California, Berkeley - Valley Life Sciences Building
co-hosted by East Bay and Bryophyte chapters
      with assistance from Yerba Buena and Santa Clara Valley

Use this website to plan your attendance.  Updated as information becomes available.
[revised 12/3 9:13a
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All members and friends are welcome to attend, but please Register.
Buffet dinner reg. now closed - Alternative dinner:
If you didn't make the deadline, we'll try to find another way for you to sit and eat with us.  Let us know you are interested by registering for the "late-reg. dinner".  General registration remains open.  Last day for box lunches is Dec. 1.

schedule summary:
Friday, Dec. 2
 Saturday, Dec. 3
Sunday, Dec. 4
a1) Native Here Nursery:
open house 9:00-noon, tour 11:00 am with Amy McGosh Leonard

a2) Herbaria Tour: 11:00 am, with Andrew Doran, curator

b1) Board Meeting:
2:00 pm -
UC Berkeley, Valley Life Sciences (use SE door), Herbarium Seminar Room 1001.
Steve Hartman if you wish to attend.

b2) Herbaria Tour: 1:15 pm, with Andrew Doran, curator

b) Meet-and-Eat: starts 6:30 pm,
Spats, 1974 Shattuck Ave.
510-841-7225.  Late arrivals welcome.

a) Council meeting: 8:00 am, all day, UC Berkeley, Valley Life Sciences (use SE door), room 2063  

b) After-meeting social: 5:30 pm

North Berkeley Senior Center,
1901 Hearst Ave., followed by...

c) Dinner
: 6:30 pm
speaker: Jim Shevock, The First Land Plants: the Diversity and Distribution of Bryophytes in California 

a1) Council Session: 8:00 am, morning only, UC Berkeley, Valley Life Sciences (use SE door), room 2063

Local issues Round-table: 10:00 am, outside the Council session - non-delegates only

b) Field Trips - 1:00 pm  
1 - Tilden Botanic Garden
2 - Redwood Regional Park
For assistance with this website, contact Larry Levine

The California Native Plant Society (CNPS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the understanding and appreciation of California's native plants and how to conserve them and their natural habitats through education, science, advocacy, horticulture and land stewardship.