Chapter Winter Program on February 6, 2016

Come check out my floristic work in the Southern Sierra Nevada

Alta Peak Chapter ❖ California Native Plant Society

“A Botanical Exploration of the Tule River South Fork Watershed”
presented by Jessica Orozco, graduate student in botany at Claremont Graduate University

February 6, 2016 at 7 pm,
Doors open at 6:30 pm for meet and greet time

Springville Veterans Memorial Building on Highway 190 in Springville
Link to map for location.

Tule River Drainage © Jessica Orozco[photo © Jessica Orozco]

Jessica Orozco has spent the past three years exploring the area south of Springville, within the drainage of the South Fork of the Tule River, including the Tule River Indian Reservation, carefully documenting her wanderings and vegetation surveys with color slides. The Tule River Indian Reservation was established in its current location in 1873 in the ancestral land of the Yaundachi Yokuts people of the Central Valley. Leaders of the Tribe, and those responsible for managing these tribal lands, have offered Orozco support as she has surveyed the area as they understand…

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4 thoughts on “Chapter Winter Program on February 6, 2016”

  1. Congratulations, Jessica! I shall be sorry to miss your talk in February, but I am here in NH. Your work sounds fascinating, and I wish you well in all your endeavors. You are doing research in an area that has been ignored for too long. Good luck!

  2. hey Jessica, I wasn’t able to make it the night of your presentation. i there a recording available, or will you release the slide show? i am really interested in your research. 🙂

    1. Hi Amber,
      Thank you for your interest! Unfortunately they did not record the presentation,but you must’ve read my mind because I was just thinking about posting them the other day. I’m not sure exactly how I could do that on this blog (I’m not very tech savvy, hahaha), but once I find out I will post them!

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