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 Welcome to the Sanhedrin Chapter of the California Native Plant Society serving Inland Mendocino and Lake Counties.

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Upcoming Field Trips and Evening Presentations Are Listed Below!


 Sanhedrin Fall Field Trip Schedule


October 18, Sunday – Fall Botany Walk in Low Gap Park, 10am-1pm

October 25, Sunday – Geology Walk in Low Gap Park, 10am1pm


Join us for our next Evening Presentation:

 "Amanitarita's Freaky and Fabulous Fungi"

Presented by Debbie Viess, Bay Area Mycological Society

October 22, 2015 at 7PM

Ukiah Garden Clubhouse, 1203 West Clay Street, Ukiah

Free and Everyone is Welcome! 

Donations Accepted

strawberriesandcream hydnellum peckii

Strawberries and cream (Hydnellum peckii). Photo by Debbie Viess



Evening Presentation Schedule 2016

Mark Your Calendars!  

January 28 - Monarch Butterflies and Native Milkweeds, presented by Mia Monroe, Ukiah Garden Clubhouse, 7pm.

February 16 - The World of Oak Galls, presented by Kathy Schick, Audubon, Ukiah City Council Chambers, 7pm.

March 24 - Backyard Restoration Gardening, presented by Judith Lowery, Ukiah Garden Clubhouse, 7pm.



 Looking for more events? See our Other Events page. 



Our next Sanhedrin Chapter Board Meeting is

Thursday, November 19, 2015, 6:30 PM 

at the Ukiah Garden Club, 1203 West Clay Street, Ukiah

Everyone is welcome.

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Western redbud (Cercis occidentalis)


Click on the first photo below to view the slide show of local plants taken by our members.  


Founded in 1965, the California Native Plant Society (CNPS) is a science‐based nonprofit dedicated to increasing understanding and appreciation of California’s native plants, and to conserving them and their natural habitats.