Session Videos

CNPS is pleased to present the full recordings and slides of all sessions and presentations from the CNPS 2022 Conference. These include the general session plenaries, lightning talks, and session tracks: Conservation, Plant Science, Horticulture, and Education. We are grateful to the Institute for Museum and Library Services National Leadership Grant to the Center for Plant Conservation for helping to make these recordings possible.

See the table below for an overview of all links to the videos, presentation slides, and the list of speakers. If you’re looking for a specific speaker or presentation title, you can use the control find function (Ctrl+F) or jump to a specific track by clicking on one of the links below.

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TrackSession TitleSession Presentations
GeneralOpening PlenarySession Video / Slides
Dr. Jun Bando (California Native Plant Society, Executive Director) Video
Alexii Sigona (Amah Mutsun-Ohlone, UC Berkeley) Video
Sunny Fleming (ESRI) Video
Jennifer Norris (California Natural Resources Agency) Video
GeneralPoster SessionView full session details and poster abstracts here: Session details
GeneralLightning TalksSession details Session Video / Slides
L.1 Urban Greening From the Ground Up (Jessica Rath) Video
L.2 Increasing native species in urban ecosystems (Joanna Tang) Video
L.3 Restoring Coastal Prairie in San Luis Obispo County (Mindy Trask) Video
L.4 Protecting Threatened and Endangered Plants with the Native Plant Program (Mariel Boldis) Video
L.5 Shuttles to Sustainability (Heidi M. Petersen) Video
L.6 Post-fire Restoration at the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve (Haley Heesch) Video
L.7 Meeting Our Carbon Neutral Pledge Through Forest Recovery (Lester Lubetkin) Video
L.8 Sand Hill Restoration (John F. Balawejder) Video
L.9 Wildfire Safety and Healthy Habitats (Moises Perea-Vega) Video
L.10 State Funding Boosts Plant Conservation Seed Banking Effort (Joe DeWolf) Video
L.11 Natives Gardening Builds Equity and Inclusion (Lupe Peru) Video
L.12 Turning the Tides through Redwood Rides (Leslie Parra) Video
L.13 Certification of the Professional Consulting Botanist in California (David L. Magney) Video
L.14 Consulting Botanists (Justin M. Wood) Video
L.15 Plant Permits 101 (Joanne Heraty) Video
L.16 Native Grass Response to the Inclusion of Siberian Wheatgrass in Restoration Seed Mixes (Rosemary Frederick) Video
L.17 Rare Plant Surveys in the Bureau of Land Management’s Bishop Field Office (Sean A. Carson) Video
L.18 Flower Mimicry and Transformation (Barnali Ghosh) Video
L.19 Beyond Milkweed for Monarchs (Christopher T. Cosma) Video
GeneralCelebration PlenaryChia Café Collective Video / Slides
GeneralClosing PlenarySession Video / Slides
Jennifer Jewell with panelists Cris Sarabia, Andrea Williams, Pat Reynolds, and Brook Thompson Video
José Gonzalez Video
ConservationCollaboration in the Age of Conflict: Working with Partners Across the NGO, Public and Private sectorsSession Details / Session Video / Slides
24.1 Cultivating Biodiversity in San Francisco’s Western Ecological Corridor (Beth Cataldo, Jennifer Cooper, Solange Guillaume, Bob Hall) Video
24.2 Westwood Greenway: Restoring native habitat to the Los Angeles urban environment (Charles Miller) Video
24.3 Growing together: How the Orange County Native Seed Partnership is working to improve access to native plant materials (Matthew Garrambone) Video
24.4 Closing the protection gap for Conglomerate Mesa and Centennial Flat (Jora Fogg) Video
24.5 California’s Important Plant Areas (Sam Young) Video
ConservationCalifornia State Conservation Context (30×30)Session details / Session Video / Slides
13.1 Pathways to 30×30: Accelerating conservation of California’s nature (Madeline Drake) Video
13.2 How WCB is furthering 30 X 30 goals (Rebecca Fris) Video
13.3 Opportunities and Challenges in Advancing 30×30 and Natural and Working Lands Climate Solutions (Mike Lynes) Video
13.4 Critical role of land trusts in advancing 30×30 (Ariana Rickard) Video
13.5 Stewardship, Invasive Plants, and 30×30 (Doug Johnson) Video
ConservationJustice & Inclusion in Native Plant Conservation and Equitable Access to NatureSession 3 details / Session 3 Video / Session 3 Slides
3.1 Green Spaces, Nature Preserves in Rural Places for Economic, Environmental and Climate Justice (Rey León) Video
3.2 Test Plot (Jen Toy) Video
3.3 Forest/People (Taylor Parker, PhD) Video
3.5 Hands on the Land: Re-imagining land stewardship at a local scale (Brooke E. Wainwright, Rebecca Nelson, and Alana M. Luzzio) Video

Session 18 details / Session 18 Video / Session 18 Slides
18.1 Engaging Diverse Young Adults in the NPS through Environmental Stewardship (Antonio J. Solorio) Video
18.2 Urban Parks as a Bridge to Green Careers (Russ Aguilar) Video
18.3 Why Native Plant Conservation Efforts must Include Historically Marginalized Communities (Sam Weiser) Video
18.4 Sciencely Handmade (Annie Chen) Video
18.5 Human Habitat: Equity and Collaboration in Green Infrastructure Design (Aliya A. Ingersoll) Video
Conservation BIPOC Perspectives Session details / Session Video / Slides
38.1 How to Decolonize in 12 Not So Easy Steps (Brenda Kyle) Video
38.2 Native Americans Yaraokmok of Our Ancestors through Native Plants (Julia Samaniego) Video
38.3 Pueblote: Public Lands In People’s Hands (Xochitl Flores) Video
38.4 The CNPS BIPOC Group (Michael Viramontes) Video
38.5 BIPOC Perspectives Panel (Michael Viramontes, Brenda Kyle, Julia Samaniego, Xochitl Flores, Dino Santos) Video
ConservationLand Back and Comanagement with Traditional Ecological KnowledgeSession details / Session Video / Slides
9.1 LandBack and the Jackson State Demonstration Forest (Tribal Chairman Michael Hunter) Video
9.2 TEK Certification and Workforce Development for Living Cultural Resource Protection (Ali Meders-Knight) Video
9.3 Rising from the Ashes (Michelle Stevens and Alexandra von Ehrenkrook) Video
9.4 Seeds of Eco-Cultural Revitalization (Zachary Emerson) Video
9.5 Mapping for Indigenous Futures (Annalise Taylor and McKalee Steen) Video
ConservationSeeing the Forest for the Trees: Conservation in the Face of Timber Harvest and Fuel Management Session details / Session Video / Slides
43.1 Land Management Explains Major Trends in Forest Structure and Composition (Dr. Clarke A. Knight) Video
43.2 What is Forest Resilience and How do we Measure it in Forest Restoration? (Ryan Tompkins) Video
ConservationGood Fire: How Restoring Ecosystem Processes is Key to Ecosystem Health Session details / Session Video / Slides
28.1 The Importance of Prescribed Fire Monitoring for Reaching Long-Term Ecological Goals (Ashley Grupenhoff) Video
28.2 Some Combinations of Mechanical Pre-Treatment and Prescribed Fire Increase Shrub Mortality (Dr. Kate Wilkin) Video
28.3 Managing Sand Hills Chaparral with Fire (Tim Hyland) Video
28.4 Fighting the Wildfire Crisis by Using all the Tools in the Toolbox (Carol Ewell) Video
28.5 Cultural Fire Maintains Ecological Heterogeneity, Oak Woodlands, and Indigenous Lifeways (Tony Marks-Block) Video
ConservationResilience in the Face of Fire Session details / Session Video / Slides
33.1 Pursuing Ecologically-Rooted “Vegetation Fuel Management” Practices (David Long, Carolyn Longstreth, Jim Hanson, Neil Havlik) Video
33.2 Wildfire-Associated Changes on Existing and Future Vegetation Communities and Weeds (Lorraine Parsons and Rachel Hendrickson) Video
33.3 Effect of Prescribed Fire and Mechanical Disturbance on the Diversity of Soil Fungi (Taylor Fay Akers) Video
33.4 Saving the Champion Oak from Wildfire and Post-fire Recovery (Dr. Tim Krantz) Video
Conservation Climate Change, Conservation Science, and Adaptive ManagementSession 8 details / Session 8 Video / Session 8 Slides
8.1 Change Afoot in California’s Alpine Plant Communities (Dena Grossenbacher) Video
8.2 Influence of Seed Source on Establishment and Growth of Restored Coastal Sage Scrub (Julie Coffey) Video
8.3 Drought, Physiology, Topography, and the Future of Western Redcedar (Matthew Tomaszewski) Video
8.4 Changing Ecological Conditions in a Critical Wetland (Laurel Brigham) Video

Session 23 details / Session 23 Video / Session 23 Slides
23.1 Prioritizing California Native Plants for Butterfly and Moth Conservation (Christopher T. Cosma) Video
23.2 Understory Plant Species Diversity Increases with Dead Tree Removal (Rebecca B. Wayman) Video
23.3 Transforming Urban Areas with Green Infrastructure/Mimicking Nature with Rain Gardens (Casey dos Santos Allen) Video
Plant ScienceVegetation Mapping & Monitoring Session 12 details / Session 12 Video / Session 12 Slides
12.1 Spatial phylogenetics (Dr. Israel Borokini) Video
12.2 Remote sensing of post-fire vegetation recovery during extreme drought (Christopher Kibler) Video
12.3 Mapping native plant species at Abalone Cove (Michael Pazmino, Minerva Lara, Joshua Moreno, Sebastian Alvarez Espinoza) Video
12.4 Reference vegetation for ecological restoration and mitigation in Santa Clara County (Claire Mallen) Video
12.5 Fine-scale vegetation mapping in the San Francisco Bay Area (Danny Franco) Video

Session 17 details / Session 17 Video / Session 17 Slides
17.1 A general framework for identifying the impact of vegetation disturbance using Landsat Timeseries (Dar Alexander Roberts) Video
17.2 A new era for Calveg mapping (Michèle Slaton) Video
17.3 Declining southern Sierra Nevada conifer forests in an age of mega-disturbances (Zack Steel) Video
17.4 Geographic approach for Natural Areas management (Sunny Fleming) Video
Plant ScienceConifers in the Face of Climate ChangeSession details / Session Video / Slides
2.1 Biomass stocks in California’s fire-prone coniferous forests (Alexis Bernal) Video
2.2 Wildfire-mediated upslope advance in conifers may depend on species regeneration niche (Emily Brodie) Video
2.3 Altered fire regimes threaten remaining populations of rare Baker cypress (Kyle Merriam) Video
2.4 Persistence potential of Great Basin high-elevation conifers under novel climates (Lacey Hankin) Video
2.5 Managing coast redwood forests for a changing future (Phillip van Mantgem) Video
Plant ScienceChaparral Resilience and Future Concerns Session 6 details/ Session 6 Video Not Available / Session 6 Slides
6.1 Monitoring chaparral fire properties and recovery dynamics based on Landsat image time series (Douglas Stow)
6.2 The influence of fire and disturbance frequency on chaparral shrubs (Jameson N.P. Christiansen)
6.3 Understanding the role of regeneration traits and strategies in post-fire recovery (Meg Kargul)
6.4 Identifying a fire frequency tipping point (Ashley Grupenhoff)
6.5 Impacts of increased fire activity on biodiversity in California chaparral (Jon E. Keeley)

Session 16 details / Session 16 Video / Session 16 Slides
16.1 Chaparral conservation: Manzanitas as a whole ecosystem (Tom Parker) Video
16.2 Balancing fuel management goals and the ecological impacts of fuel modification (Robert Fitch) Video
16.3 The effect of deer browsing on post-fire recovery of seedlings (Brandon Pratt)
16.4 Chaparral shrub wood structure illustrates diverse hydraulic strategies and differential susceptibility to drought (Anna L. Jacobsen)
16.5 Got Bots? A survey of latent fungal pathogens and dieback (Laura Drake-Schultheis) Video
Plant ScienceOaks & Oak Woodlands Session details / Session Video / Session Slides
4.1 Re-Oaking: a strategy for restoring native oak ecosystems in developed landscapes (Sean Baumgarten) Video
4.2 California native oak habitat for endangered, threatened, and candidate species (Angela Moskow) Video
4.3 Inoculant-supported restoration of Quercus agrifolia and Quercus lobata increases survival and restoration success (Chelsea J. Carey) Video
4.4 Principles and best practices for vegetation management and fire fuel reduction (Jason M. Mills) Video
4.5 Panel of Four Speakers (Sean Baumgarten, Chelsea J. Carey, Jason M. Mills, Angela Moskow) Video
Plant ScienceGrasslands & Prairies Session details / Session Video / Session Slides
44.1 Mojave Desert grasslands (Laura Cunningham) Video
44.2 Grassland restoration increases native plant cover but facilitates biotic homogenization (Justin C. Luong) Video
44.3 Conserving native coastal prairie on Martin Griffin Preserve (Brian Peterson) Video
44.4 Using fine-scale grassland mapping for conservation and management (Shelly Benson, Dina Robertson) Video
44.5 Native plants play a critical role in the resilience of California grasslands under a changing environment (Valerie Eviner) Video
Plant ScienceFloristics Session 37 details / Session 37 Video / Session 37 Slides
37.1 New plant species from Mono and Inyo counties (Ann Howald, Steve Matson) Video
37.2 Vascular plant flora of Ladd Canyon, Santa Ana Mountains (Daniel Donovan) Video
37.3 The rich flora of Ventura County (David L. Magney) Video
37.4 A Vascular Flora of the Manter and Salmon Creek Watersheds (Nina House) Video
37.5 California cholla changes: Recent research and taxonomic changes in Cylindropuntia (Michelle Cloud-Hughes) Video

Session 42 details / Session 42 Video / Session 42 Slides
42.1 Biodiversity in California’s native trees and the planting of natives in the urban forest (Matt Ritter) Video
42.2 Facilitating California plant conservation through the Jepson Flora Project (Jason Andrew Alexander) Video
42.3 Creating a local flora using the CCH2 Checklist (Michael G. Simpson) Video
42.4 Documenting the botanical resources of the Santa Clara River Watershed (David L. Magney) Video
42.5 Floristics Panel (Nina House, Ann Howald, David L. Magney, Brent Mishler, Michael G. Simpson) Video
Plant ScienceRare Plants Session 26 details/ Session 26 Video / Session 26 Slides
26.1 Rare plants on the brink? Prioritizing the documentation of California rare and endemic plants (Aaron E. Sims) Video
26.2 Preventing extinction of San Mateo Thornmint (Christal Niederer) Video
26.3 Experimental outplanting and adaptive management of the federally threatened Santa Cruz tarplant (Alison E. Stanton) Video
26.4 Seed amplification and establishing propagation protocols (Ayla Mills) Video
26.5 The state of rare plant seed collections in California (Katie Heineman) Video

Session 36 details/ Session 36 Video / Session 36 Slides
36.1 Conservation genetics of endangered Suisun Thistle and its congeners (Carly Mae Miranda) Video
36.2 Population genomics of island mallow, Malva assurgentiflora (Kristen Hasenstab-Lehman) Video
36.3 Genetic diversity of the rare and endangered vernal-pool grasses Orcuttia, Tuctoria, and Neostapfia (R. Doug Stone) Video
36.4 Population genetics, demographic, and evolutionary history of the Dudley’s lousewort (Pedicularis dudleyi) (Tracy M. Misiewicz) Video
36.5 Pitcher sages in peril? A conservation genomics study of Lepechinia rossii (Robert P. Comito Jr.) Video

Session 41 details / Session 41 Video / Session 41 Slides
41.1 CNPS unveils the most powerful rebuild of its flagship product: the Rare Plant Inventory (John Donoghue) Video
41.2 Stronger together: A collaborative effort to conserve and recover 14 listed plants (Heather E. Schneider) Video
41.3 Status of the federally endangered Coachella Valley Milkvetch (Melanie J. Davis) Video
41.4 Status updates and recovery actions for the three federally listed plant species endemic to the Amargosa River (Naomi S. Fraga) Video
41.5 Survey, study, and propagation of rare and sensitive plants (Joe DeWolf) Video
Plant ScienceEffects of Fire Suppression & Fuels Management on Rare Plants Session details / Session Video / Slides
22.1 A different kind of fuel modification: balancing fire safety and habitat (Alan Kaufmann) Video
22.2 California Vegetation Treatment Program (Tammie Beyerl, Hannah Weinberger) Video
22.3 Reintroduction of the Ben Lomond wallflower (Jodi M. McGraw) Video
22.4 Response of Santa Cruz cypress to the CZU Lightening Complex Fire (Todd Lemein) Video
22.5 Panel of Four Speakers (Tammie Beyerl, Alan Kaufmann, Todd Lemein, Jodi M. McGraw) Video
Plant ScienceGrazing & Rare Plants Session details / Session Video / Slides
32.1 A perspective on grazing as a management tool for rare plants (Todd Lemein) Video
32.2 Livestock grazing’s role in the conservation of threatened and endangered plants (Sheila Barry) Video
32.3 Cattle grazing effects on the federally endangered Contra Costa Goldfield (Jaymee Marty) Video
32.4 Management and conservation of Santa Cruz Tarplant (Kaveh Motamed and Felix Ratcliff) Video
32.5 Grazing for biodiversity in the Central Coast (Rodrigo Sierra Corona) Video
Plant ScienceFire & Native Plants/HabitatsSession details / Session Video / Slides
14.1 Resilience of restored coastal sage scrub and grassland systems following wildfire (Priscilla Ta) Video
14.2 Two decades of prescribed fire within the grasslands at the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve (Hailey Laskey) Video
14.3 Reestablishment of natural fire regimes facilitates ecological restoration of California’s red fir forests (Marc Meyer) Video
14.4 Searching for good fire: does managed wildfire support both fuels reduction goals and native plant diversity? (Raphaela E. Floreani Buzbee) Video
14.5 Fire regime alteration in natural areas underscores the need to restore a key ecological process (Michelle Coppoletta) Video
Plant ScienceInvasive Plant Impacts, Monitoring, and Restoration Session 7 details / Session 7 Video / Session 7 Slides
7.1 Atmospheric nitrogen deposition is an acute, but underappreciated threat to imperiled California flora (Stuart B. Weiss) Video
7.2 Using seed traits as predictive tools for assessing invasiveness (Marina LaForgia) Video
7.3 The hybrid Spartina invasion of San Francisco Bay (Debra Ayres) Video
7.4 Progress in tidal marsh restoration by the San Francisco Estuary Invasive Spartina Project (Jeanne Hammond, Brian Ort) Video

Session 27 details / Session 27 Video / Session 27 Slides
27.1 Planning large-scale horticultural restoration of riparian woodlands along the Alamo River (Emma Havstad) Video
27.2 Community dynamics and adaptive management in a restored coastal prairie (Eric Wrubel) Video
27.3 The removal of invasive plant species restores ectomycorrhizal fungi for native willow habitat (David C. Banuelas) Video
27.4 Habitat restoration at Hidden Valley Wildlife Area following long-term Arundo management (Christiana Conser) Video
27.5 Invasive species removal and habitat restoration in the lower San Dieguito River Valley (Caitlin Kreutz) Video
Plant SciencePlants, Habitats and Wildlife Interactions Session details / Session Video / Slides
21.1 Effects of a firebreak on plants and wildlife at Pine Hill, a biodiversity hotspot (Virginia Meyer, J. Mario K. Klip) Video
21.2 Native plant and pollinator interactions at the Pine Hill Preserve (Landon Eldredge) Video
21.3 Reproductive and mortality rates of the native solitary bee Osmia lignaria (Steve Peterson) Video
21.4 Keeping Mission blue butterflies in the loop…inus (Christopher Schwind) Video
Plant ScienceBryology in California- Recent Advances in Understanding the Large Contribution of our Small Plants (mosses, liverworts and hornworts) Session details / Session Video / Slides
31.1 Ecology of dryland mosses and lessons in moss restoration to degraded systems (Jasmine Anenberg) Video
31.2 Bryophyte Ecoregions in California (John T. McLaughlin) Video
31.3 Biogeographic patterns defined by turnover of species and lineages in the moss flora of California (Ben Carter) Video
31.4 Conservation assessment of California mosses using spatial phylogenetic methods (Brent D. Mishler) Video
Plant ScienceInnovation in California Herbaria and Specimen Records Use Session 1 details / Session 1 Video Not Available / Session 1 Slides
1.1 New developments from the Consortium of California Herbaria (Jenn Yost)
1.2 The involvement of students in digitizing the Fresno State Herbarium (Katherine Waselkov)
1.3 High Sierra herbaria on the digitization track (Blake Engelhardt)
1.4 The role of campus collections (Annabel Li)
1.5 Advancing the extended specimen network (Mare Nazaire)

Session 11 details / Session 11 Video / Session 11 Slides
11.1 Harnessing the power of inadvertent collecting (Alison Colwell) Video
11.2 Region-specific phenological responses to climate and climate change in Streptanthus tortuosus (Natalie LR Love) Video
11.3 When do California plants flower and seed? (Katie Pearson) Video
11.4 A morphometric analysis of western sword fern (Polystichum munitum) pinnae and pinnae scales (Lacey Benson) Video
11.5 Herbaria contain a hidden treasure in aDNA for climate adaptation studies (Lua Lopez) Video
Plant ScienceSerpentine Soils: from Microbes to Landscapes Session details / Session Video / Slides
19.1 Plant affinities for serpentine soils in California (Jesse Miller) Video
19.2 Serpentine lichens: regional and local patterns of assembly (Michael Mulroy) Video
19.3 The effects of invasion on serpentine grassland plant-pollinator mutualisms (Rebecca Nelson) Video
19.4 Do seed traits and resource availability predict persistence of seeds in a Serpentine plant community? (Elise Elwood) Video
19.5 Fire history in adjacent mixed conifer forests with soils derived from serpentine and andesite (Michelle Coppoletta, Scott Stephens) Video
Plant ScienceCurrent Research (Student Session) Session 34 details / Session 34 Video / Session 34 Slides
34.1 The role of competition and soil chemistry in the community assembly of the vertic clay endemic annual plant communities (Emma R. Fryer) Video
34.2 We didn’t start the fire: Multi-institutional undergraduate collaboration to monitor monthly post-wildfire vegetation succession (Richard Rachman) Video
34.3 Long-term recovery of restored Sacramento River floodplains (Brook Constantz) Video
34.4 The impacts of drought on floral traits and pollinator choice in three native southern California forbs (Annika Rose-Person) Video

Session 39 details / Session 39 Video / Session 39 Slides
39.1 Saving the rare northern island mallow on Anacapa Island (Stephanie Calloway) Video
39.2 Rushes in California – evolutionarily distinct groups? (Reed Kenny) Video
39.3 Genome-wide association analyses reveal genes putatively adapted to local climate (Adriana I. Hernandez) Video
39.4 Close relatives in sympatry: is there evidence of gene flow between species of Linanthus? (Ioana Anghel) Video
39.5 Natural history and demography of the imperiled redwood forest specialist, Pedicularis dudleyi (Anjum K. Gujral) Video
HorticultureHorticultural Considerations in the Face of Climate Change Session details / Session Video / Slides
15.1 Protecting the Wildland-Urban Interface in California (Greg Rubin) Video
15.2 Tuff on Turf (Audrey Pongs) Video
15.3 Emphasizing California Natives in a Water Utility’s Drought Resiliency Strategy (Lindsey Stuvick) Video
15.4 Saying “Native” Last: Promoting California Native Gardens to New Audiences During Drought (Scott Kleinrock) Video
HorticultureNative Plant Production & Sales Session details / Session Video / Slides
20.1 Bloom California: A unique marketing opportunity (Liv O’Keeffe, Jessica Woodard, Ann-Marie Benz, Maya Argaman) Video
20.2 Large-scale propagation of ethically grown Liveforevers to prevent poaching and extinction (Kevin Alison) Video
20.3 Native Plants & Mental Health: An Introduction to Growing Works (Jenn Rodriguez, Laura Bauer) Video
20.4 Bringing California native wildflowers indoors (Joanna Gomes) Video
HorticultureLandscape Design with Native Plants Session details / Session Video / Slides
29.1 Biodiversity and aesthetics: The learnings from a San Franciscan native plant test garden (Alexandra Harker, Nicki Copley) Video
29.2 Resilient Landscapes: In defense of California native plants in the fire-prone landscape (April Owens, Jon Kanagy) Video
29.3 California Native Plant Landscaper Certification (Alejandro Lemus) Video
29.4 Landscape as Laboratory: Experiential learning, research, outreach, and stewardship (Haven Kiers) Video
HorticultureSafety, Sanitation, Pathogens, & Pests Session details / Session Video / Slides
30.1 Saving an Endangered Species from Extinction due to Phytophthora (Betty Young) Video
30.2 Growing the Extra Mile: The SFPUC Sunol Native Nursery (Mia Ingolia) Video
30.3 Ongoing Phytophthora Risk Management in the Golden Gate Parks Nurseries (Martine Glaros) Video
30.4 Phytophthora species surveys of burnt areas of Angeles national forest reveal species-specific patterns of distribution and variability of pathogenicity (Sebastian Fajardo) Video
30.5 Phytophthora damage on California native plants: Identification, monitoring and management (David Rizzo) Video
HorticultureRestoration & Conservation in Horticulture Session details / Session Video / Slides
25.1 Microbial endophytes and salt conditioning treatments on native tree establishment (Renee P. Murphy) Video
25.2 Restoring Native Habitat to East Anacapa Island (Ian Sexton) Video
25.3 Survival and Growth in Experimental Plots at a Santa Rosa Island Restoration Site (Marisol Villarreal) Video
25.4 Creating a Local Seed Source of Native Milkweeds Collected from Wild Populations (Jonathan Snapp-Cook) Video
25.5 Seed LA: on a mission to increase the availability of locally adapted native seeds (Cris Sarabia) Video
HorticultureNative Plants in Public Spaces Session details / Session Video / Slides
5.1 Three Problems and a Spark – Community Gardens (Catherine Capone) Video
5.2 Building a Living Shoreline in Bayview’s Heron’s Head Park Through Community Stewardship, Youth Education, and Workforce Development (LeeAndrea Morton, Nina Omomo) Video
5.3 Working with city and county governments to expand their use of native plants (Harry White) Video
5.4 Lake Cunningham Native Garden: Where Ecology and Community Intersect (Arvind Kumar) Video
5.5 Restoring Local Biodiversity and Healthy Ecosystems are Nature-Based Solutions for Equitable Climate Action (Peter Brastow) Video
EducationChanging Young Lives Through Outdoor Education Session details / Session Video / Slides
10.1 ELSEE (Environmental Laboratory for Sustainability and Ecological Education) and Its Impact on the Build 25 Initiative (Alrie Middlebrook) Video
10.2 School Native Gardens: Fertile Ground for Deepening Learning About the Natural World (Chris Nutter) Video
10.3 Curating Real and Imagined Plant Communities through Experimental Photography and Natural History Collections (Zoe Makepeace Wood) Video
10.4 You’ve Got a lot of Galls (John L. Sanders) Video
EducationCommunity Science Session details / Session Video / Slides
45.1 True partnerships between communities and academia can turn a Citizen Science program into a powerful tool against a major threat to California biodiversity (Doug Schmidt) Video
45.2 Can participatory science help to monitor invasive tree pests? (Beatriz Nobua-Behrmann) Video
45.3 The A, Bee, C’s of Native Bees (Krystle Hickman) Video
45.4 CA Fire Followers: Capturing California’s Pyrodiversity with Community Science (Jose Esparza) Video
45.5 City Nature Challenge (Alison Young, Rebecca Johnson) Video
EducationSchool Gardens: Creation, Politics, Maintenance, Curriculum, and Activation Session details / Session Video / Slides
40.1 Planting Empowerment: Native Plants in School Gardens (Carrie Strohl) Video
40.2 Native Teachings in the Garden (Rose Hammock) Video
40.3 From Asphalt to Green Schoolyards: Lessons learned from San Francisco’s bond measures to include natural spaces in highly urbanized locations (Catherine Chang, Maru Echeverria) Video
EducationCentering DEIJ in Native Plant Education Session details / Session Video / Slides
35.1 Decentralizing Gardens to Unify Community (Brenda Kyle) Video
35.2 Milkweed; connecting flowers to the root, root to people (Ashley Borrego, Julia Samaniego) Video
35.3 Language of Restoration (Amy Chong, Brian Teng, Jessica Lie, Marion Anthonisen, Robin Binaoro) Video
35.4 Creating Inclusive Framework for Educational Programs (Maya K. Morales) Video
35.5 Joyful Stewardship: Earth-centered Education in K-12 (Anjali Berger) Video

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