The Conservation Committee of Marin CNPS reviews and comments on plans and proposals such as development proposals and public land use plans that may affect native plants in Marin County.  It also coordinates other native plant protection efforts of the Chapter including work with public land managers and other non-profit organizations to conserve and restore native plant habitats and organization of weeding programs to protect rare species threatened by exotic invasives.  

A way to get aquainted with the Conservation Committee’s work is to volunteer for a weeding or restoration work party.  See our web calendar for dates.  We welcome all volunteers interested in helping to ensure that the native plants we enjoy in the wild continue to exist and flourish.

For further information please contact the Conservation Committee Chair.