The white sage black market is contributing to the native plant’s decimation in Southern California
Many celebrities and those who say they’re promoting “wellness” are instead contributing to its decimation.
For Earth Day, plant native plants, practice benign neglect
If your idea of the perfect garden includes abundant plants that do well with little human intervention, while attracting and supporting all manner of pollinators, you can make it real by planting native plants.
Celebrate National Native Plant Month
Residents and local governments explore adding native plants for wildlife and pollinator habitat
Plant This, Not That
Pretty alternatives to invasive species
Where to celebrate Earth Day along the Peninsula
Here’s a guide to Earth Day festivals, rallies, tours, films and more. Unless otherwise noted, events are free.
Help Save California’s Native Wildlife And Plant Species When Filing Your Taxes
You can have a positive impact on these key issues affecting California’s native species when you donate to CDFW’s tax check-off funds on your California State Income Tax Form 540.
On Gardening: Discovering and adding succulents
Succulent plants are native to various regions with long periods of dry climates, and have evolved to store moisture in their leaves, stems, or roots
Occidental is Eyeing California’s Clean Fuels Market to Fund Texas Carbon Removal Plant
The oil company plans to remove carbon from the atmosphere and pump it into the ground to extract oil in the Permian Basin. Some climate activists fear the new technology is a cover for continuing to sell oil.
Are Western Monarchs on the Rebound?
Last year’s numbers were good, but no one knows if the trend will continue
California plan would pay farmers to grow less to save water
California would pay farmers not to plant thousands of acres of land as part of a $2.9 billion plan to let more water flow in the the state’s rivers.