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California Native Plant Society
in collaboration with East Bay Municipal Utility District
Here are some more sites that will enhance your experience on Skyline Trail and any other adventure you take! Check out the links below:
Native Here Nursery
Want to go Native in your own garden? Visit Native Here Nursery , a non-profit nursery with locally sourced plants grown from seed or cuttings collected in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. Located in Tilden Park across from the entrance to the Tilden Golf Course. They are also always looking for volunteers.
Learn about iNaturalist where you can explore and share your observations of the natural world with other nature enthusiasts and specialists. Check it out by downloading the app!
Discover what native plants work in your zipcode. Learn what the plant needs to thrive and what birds, butterflies, moths and other insects and wildlife you can support by growing them.
Look to the East Bay California Native Plant Society webpage for other opportunities in restoration or membership.
A nonprofit magazine with its focus on the San Francisco Bay Area. Subscribe and get a nature article by email weekly.
Go to Calflora: a site that includes the botanical names, photographs and locations of plants observed by its members throughout California. See what plants grow along the trail or in your own area.
A website devoted to improving the odds for pollinators in the US with links to plants lists according to region as well as projects across the planet.
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