Celebrating native plants in the Sacramento Valley
Protecting wild places and promoting the use of California native plants in gardens and public spaces.
The Sacramento Valley Chapter of the California Native Plant Society promotes protecting native plants and their habitats and increasing the use of native plants in gardens and public spaces in Sacramento, Yolo, Colusa, Sutter, Yuba, lower Placer, and northern San Joaquin Counties.
We accomplish these goals through conservation, education, science, advocacy, horticulture, and land stewardship. SacValley Open Board Positions_2022-10-04
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WHAT WE DO an overview
Connecting with native habitats in the Sacramento Valley
Learn about the spectacular natural beauty of the Sacramento Valley, where to view these landscapes up close, and which native plants from these habitats can be included in your own landscapes.
The SacValley Chapter’s Homegrown Habitat initiative promotes increased individual, community, and civic engagement in the effort to significantly increase the number of native plants in landscapes to support wildlife habitat and ecosystem health.
SacValley CNPS Nursery
SacValley CNPS Nursery propagates and grows local native plants for use in home gardens and small restoration projects. These plants are available to the public at our spring and fall online plant sales. The nursery includes demonstration gardens that showcase how to use native plants in the landscape.