UC California Naturalist Program
Naturalist News & Inspiration
California Naturalist Calendar
|Tuleyome Summer CalNat Course||6/7/2019|
|National Forest Foundation - Angeles NF/San Gabriel Mtns CalNat Course||6/14/2019|
|Sierra Nevada Immersion CalNat Course||6/14/2019|
|American River College CalNat Course||7/5/2019|
|Sagehen Creek Field Station Immersion CalNat Course||7/28/2019|
|CalNat Regional Rendezvous in Cambria||8/16/2019|
|Coastal Institute-Camp Ocean Pines Immersion CalNat Course||8/18/2019|
|Mount Diablo Region CalNat Course||8/20/2019|
|City College of San Francisco CalNat Course||8/23/2019|
|American River College CalNat Courses||8/24/2019|
|Santa Barbara Botanic Garden CalNat Course||9/4/2019|
|Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum CalNat Course||9/7/2019|
|Friends of the Dunes Coastal CalNat Course||9/12/2019|
|Pepperwood Preserve CalNat Course||9/14/2019|
|Effie Yeaw Nature Center CalNat Course||9/16/2019|
|Lake Tahoe Community College CalNat Course||9/16/2019|
|Point Reyes National Seashore Association CalNat Course||9/28/2019|
The Beautiful Central California Coast: For our California Naturalists and friends, this landscape offers so many opportunities to learn and explore. That's why program staff picked the central coast as the location of this year's annual Regional Rendezvous!
CalNat Program leadership transitions: We're celebrating our founding visionaries Adina Merenlender and Sabrina Drill and welcoming a new chapter in CalNat's history as Greg Ira takes the helm as the new UC California Naturalist program Director!
California Naturalist Leadership Transitions, Regional Rendezvous Update News on the the upcoming Regional Rendezvous in Cambria, leadership transitions, and new staff. Subscribe to future newsletters here.
California Naturalist climate stories are live! Check out this map! The California Climate Stories show why action on the ground is important, and how local action fits within broader efforts to adapt to climate change throughout the state. Developed for the Governor’s OPR Adaptation Clearinghouse in collaboration with UC ANR, California Naturalist, and IGIS Statewide programs. Thanks to all who shared their story!