China Creek Project
It was one of those weird weeks that occasional occur in late spring/early summer in the San Joaquin Valley. The high on Monday was 72°F. The high on Saturday (our work party day) was 102°F, a thirty degree increase in less than a week. ... Read more...
We are actively working on an education and restoration project at China Creek Park, an undeveloped Fresno County park near Centerville.
The park is a Valley Oak woodland, minutes from Sanger. A range of volunteer activity is available from weed pulling to leading a docent tour to trail maintenance.
Native Plant Garden Sign
If you are a gardener and have native plants in your garden, this is the sign for you! Show off your commitment to California native plants by displaying this beautiful 9”x 12” full-color aluminum sign on a wall - or attach it to a garden stake. “Plant” the sign amongst your natives to let passers-by know that you are part of the growing community of ecologically advanced gardeners.
The general public will benefit by seeing your native plants in a garden settings and they will be encouraged to learn more by linking them to www.cnps.org/gardening where they can get information about the “3 Ps” of gardening: Plant Local---Plant Light---Plant Well. You can purchase one here: www.cnps.org>shop
Our chapter serves Madera, Fresno, and Kings Counties -- nearly 10,000 square miles ranging in altitude from 233 to 14,000 feet above sea level. Rainfall is similarly wide-ranging, from an average of 8 to 50 inches per year.
You can join online at the Become a CNPS Member page. Please designate Sequoia as your local chapter. You can also contact us by mail or phone:
Contact us at: 559.824.4093
CNPS Sequoia Chapter
3457 Redlands, Fresno, CA 93726