CNPS Chapter Council meeting and Conservation Symposium
September 6-8, 2013

Trinidad Town Hall - 409 Trinity Street, Trinidad, CA, 95570, and nearby
hosted by North Coast Chapter
...Activities and networking opportunities for Council delegates and non-delegates.

Use this website to plan your attendance.  Updated as new information becomes available.
[revised 9/7 12:19a]
Registration official deadline was Tuesday Sept. 3, 5 pmUnregistered CNPS members and guests are welcome to attend, but may need to provide their own meals.

Schedule summary,
see Full Schedule for details:

Friday, September 6
 Saturday, September 7
Sunday, September 8
a) Field Trip: 4-6 pm, Arcata Community Forest, with Tony LaBanca.
HSU herbarium.


b) Board of Directors meeting:
4-7 pm, Greenway Building,
1385 8th St.  Arcata, CA 95521.  Brett Hall, brett@ucsc.edu, 831-212-4853.

c) "Meet-and-Eat": starts 6 pm,
late arrivals welcome.
Gordon Leppig,
1812 Fischer Rd., McKinleyville, CA 95519.
707-839-0458.
a) Conservation Symposium:
8 am - 5 pm, 
Trinidad Town Hall

b) Social and Dinner: evening
Trinidad Town Hall

- Happy hour: 5:00 pm
- Dinner: 6:30 pm
- Dinner speaker:
James Payne Smith
Poisonous Plants of California
a) for Council delegates:
Council Session:
8 am - noon
Trindad Town Hall
 

b) for non-delegates:
Conservation Roundtable

9 am - noon,

c) Field Trips: start 1 pm

- Trinidad Museum
- Trinidad Head
- Big Lagoon Bog
- Table Bluff western lily management
- Horse Mountain, tentative

For assistance with registration or 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.