Northern California Plant Life – Botany for a Changing World
January 13-14, 2014
California State University, Chico
NCB will be holding their sixth symposium on January 13-14, 2014 at California State University, Chico. The theme will be "Northern California Plant Life: Botany for a Changing World." The emphasis will be on climate change and it's effects on the plant life. Sessions will include Alpine Ecology, Rare Plants, Horticultural Conservation, Fungi, Pollinators, Wetlands, and New Discoveries. There will be a dedicated poster session at the end of the first day. The Keynote Address will follow Monday's nights banquet and be delivered by Dr. David Ackerly of the University of California, Berkeley. Optional workshops will be held on January 15.
Thank you to our many sponsors of the 2013 Symposium!
Agencies and Organizations:
- Bureau of Land Management
- California Department of Water Resources
- California Invasive Plant Council
- California Native Grasslands Association
- California Native Plant Socieity - State Office
- Chestnut Cellars (Danyal Kasapligil, Dellavalle Laobratory, Inc.)
- College of Natural Sciences, California State University, Chico
- Department of Biological Sciences, California State University, Chico
- ECORP Consulting
- Friends of the Chico State Herbarium
- Garcia & Associates
- Hedgerow Farms
- Mt. Lassen Chapter - California Native Plant Society
- North State Resources, Inc.
- Ray Collett Trust
- Shasta-Trinity National Forest
- Sierra Pacific Foundation
- University & Jepson Herbaria, UC Berkeley
- Bruce Baldwin
- Carol Witham
Past Symposia Programs
From the Redwoods to the Sagebrush: Botany Ranging Far and Wide
Northern California Plant Life: Wonder, Discovery, Concern
Botanical Treasures in Northern California - What's at Stake?
Northern California Plant Life: Celebrating What We Have with an Eye to the Future
The Interface Between Research and Management in Northern California Botany