Fall and Winter Tasks

Welcome to our new iNaturalist project! In October to December, we will be focusing on collecting coast live oak acorns and coyotebrush seed for propagation in the native plant nursery and later planting at restoration sites. We are also identifying woody species suitable for future cuttings. We'd love your help on the first Wednesdays volunteer day or anytime on your own if you follow the pertinent protocol and have completed the volunteer forms . If you haven't had a chance to talk to us or fill out the forms, please feel free to help us find future seed and cutting locations using this project. Simply add your observations to the PRNS Seed Collection and Cuttings project. This way, we will know the specific locations of the collections and use that to help identify suitable restoration sites for the propagated plants. If you have any questions, contact Roxanne at roxanne_foss (at)

Posted on October 18, 2016 16:11 by rfossil rfossil | 0 comments | Leave a comment

Recent observations View All

More Observations


The Marin Resource Conservation District, Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN), Point Reyes National Seashore (PRNS) and its Association have collaborated to create a native plant nursery at the Bear Valley PRNS headquarters.

This volunteer-based native plant nursery is in coming together thanks to the time and effort from volunteers like you! The native plant ...more ↓

Mini rfossil created this project on October 05, 2016
Logo eee 15px
Embed a widget for this project on your website