Spring Plant ID for Hikers Series

Date: Saturday, March 17, 2018

Time: 9:00AM - 12:00PM

Instructor: Natalie Rossington

Location: Offsite

In Progress

Please sign up for classes individually using the links below

This spring, hike with UCSB PhD student Natalie Rossington and discover how to identify some of the common plants that make up Santa Barbara's landscape. Plant communities covered include riparian, chaparral, and coastal sage scrub.

3 Hikes

March 17 
April 8
April 15

Members can register for all classes to receive a discount. See the series list below to register for classes individually.
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Instructor

Image of Natalie Rossington and Caulanthus inflatus taken by Kristen NelsonNatalie Rossington is a PhD student at UC Santa Barbara studying the evolution of California's native plants. She is currently working to understand how California's jewelflowers (plants in the genus Streptanthus) will evolve in response to future climate change. She loves teaching and has experience teaching at many levels from junior high to college. As a Santa Barbara native, she enjoys botanizing in the mountains on weekends and geeking out in the Botanic Garden during all times of the year.

Category: 
Botany/Natural History
Travel/Day Trips

Plant ID for Hikers

Members can register for all 3 hikes to receive a discount
-or- register for each hike individually, see dates & class details below:

Rattlesnake Canyon
3/17, 9-noon

Tunnel Road Trail
4/8, 9-noon

Coal Oil Point 
4/15, 9-noon