Celebrating and conserving the ecological richness of California's grasslands

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California grasslands are among the most endangered ecosystems in the United States.

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Birds and insects that rely on grasslands are among the fastest declining species in North America.

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The only organization working exclusively to preserve and restore California's native grasslands

Upcoming events

    • Friday, March 13, 2020
    • 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • 255 California Ave, Davis, CA 95616, UC Davis Campus, Asmundon Hall, Room 242 (Jack Hanna Room)
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    Landscaping with Nature: Designing, building, and maintaining attractive native landscapes that support wildlife and reduce water usage

    This workshop is suitable for landscape professionals and anyone interested in maximizing habitat values in their landscaping. Expert instructors will present cutting-edge methods of design, installation, management, and maintenance including plant selection, soil analysis, evolutionary interactions, habitat features, and planting best practices to create a wildlife-friendly landscape. 



    • Billy Krimmel, Miridae Landscaping Company, Sacramento
    • Pat Reynolds, General Manager, Hedgerow Farms, Winters
    • Haven Kiers,  Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture, Dept. of Human Ecology, UC Davis 
    • Neal Williams, Professor of Pollination Ecology, Dept. of Entomology, UC Davis

     Haven Kiers will take us on an optional afternoon tour of the Native Plant Green Roofs on UCD Campus.


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    The day begins at 8 AM with registration, coffee, a light breakfast, and viewing of our sponsor's displays. Talks begin at 8:45 AM .


    Contact us if you have questions at admin@cnga.org

    We hope you can join us for this fantastic event! Spaces are limited so please do not mail registrations without registering on-line first!

    Sponsored by: Delta Bluegrass Co., Miridae Landscape Co., The Watershed Nursery, Hedgerow Farms, Inc. 

    Landscape photos by Saxon Holt. Bee and Clarkia photo by Pat Reynolds. 

    • Friday, April 17, 2020
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • 21905 County Road 88, Winters CA 95694
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    CNGA's 13th Annual  Field Day at Hedgerow Farms

    Friday, April 17, 2020

    8:45 AM - 4:00 PM - Morning refreshments start at 8 AM

    Please join us for a day of field tours, expert talks, networking, and beautiful scenery at Hedgerow Farms Inc. in Winters, CA

    Expert speakers will discuss current research and best practices.

    • Valerie Eviner, Associate Professor, Dept. of Plant Sciences, UC Davis
    • Haven Kiers, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture, UC Davis 
    • Michelle Halbur, Preserve Ecologist, Pepperwood Preserve
    • Don Hankins, Professor of Geography & Planning, CA State University, Chico
    • And more...


      Walking tours to view Hedgerow Farms’ seed barn, native plant nursery, seed cleaning mill, production fields, and demonstration gardens.  

      Driving tours in Hedgerow Farms’ native grass and wildflower production fields and habitat areas.


      The day begins at 8 AM with registration, coffee, a light breakfast, and viewing of displays. Talks begin at 8:45 AM and the day concludes at 4 PM. 

      Contact us if you have questions at admin@cnga.org

      We hope you can join us for this fantastic event! Spaces are limited so please do not mail registrations without registering on-line first!

      Download a flyer here.

      • Wednesday, April 29, 2020
      • Friday, May 01, 2020
      • Carmel Valley

       JP Marié, CNGA Vice-President, is chairing the Grasslands session, "Management perspectives and local adaptations."

      Registration begins in early March and will be through SERCAL. Visit www.sercal.org






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