Lectures, Meetings

Wild Napa - Manzanitas, Animals, and Fire

When: Wed., Feb. 10, 7-8:30 p.m. 2016

Join us for February's edition of Wild Napa, featuring Tom Parker, Professor of Biology at San Francisco State University. California is the center of diversity for manzanitas. They are the ‘rock stars’ of woody plant diversity. Ranging from the Sierra Nevada mountains to coastal bluffs along the Pacific, from temperate rain forests to arid mountain slopes in Southern California, manzanita species can be found in an astonishing array of environments. Join us to learn about how this diverse genus has adapted to flourish with wildfire and use animals to their help with seed dispersal and survival.

Price: FREE

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