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Virtual Talks Plus Exhibit Location & Dates

 A 27 Year Wildflower Journey, the Making of Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change

Just about everyone knows the climate is changing but we rarely hear how climate change impacts the natural world. Plants and wildflowers support most life on land and climate change is significantly affecting wildflower blooms and the bounty they offer wildlife. Marin conservation photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter give us a spectacular view of California’s extraordinary wildflowers, as both a cause for celebration and protection, in Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change. 

Exhibits: 

Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change

Morro Bay Natural History Museum, Morro Bay, CA   March 19 – September 17, 2023

Shasta Historical Society, Redding   June thru July 2024

Past Exhibits: 

Sutter Museum, Yuba City   October thru November 20, 2022

Sutter County Museum Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change

 

Special Custom Exhibit:

We are sad to say after a year and a half our exhibit California Blooming: Wildflowers and Climate Change in the Golden State at San Diego Natural History Museum has been taken down. 

Talks

Enjoy a stunning visual tour of California’s wildflowers on Zoom with international award-winning photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter. 

Upcoming Free Virtual and Live Author Talks

  • January 19  11:30 AM  Museum of the San Ramon Valley
  • February 2    7:00 PM  Mt Diablo Audubon Society
  • February 14   2:00 PM   Corte Madera Women's Club
  • February 23  10:00 AM   Mt Diablo Foothills District Garden Clubs (open to the public) at Clayton Community Library, 6125 Clayton Road, Clayton CA (our talk  begins at 11:15 AM)
  • March 2         2:00 PM   Mill Valley Village
  • We are available. Do you know an organization hosting talks?

Past Free Virtual Author Talks (Partial list)

2023
  • January 10    7:00 PM   Ventura Audubon Society
2022
  • December 8   5:30 PM  California Historical Society 
  • December 13 4:30 PM  South Shore Audubon, Long Island NY
  • November 15 1:00 PM  Hillside Garden Club, Oakland (Live)
  • November 9   7:00 PM  Sacramento CNPS Chapter
  • November 7   7:00 PM  Conejo Valley Audubon Society
  • October 14     7:00 PM  Stanislaus Audubon Society
  • October 13     7:00 PM  Napa-Solano Audubon Society
  • September 22  Noon     First Republic Bank: Eagles for Earth
  • September 10 2:30 PM  Grange Insurance Audubon Center
  • September 9   7:30 PM  Marin Audubon Chapter
  • September 6   7:30 PM  Ohlone Audubon Chapter, Alameda County
  • July 13            7:00 PM  Santa Lucia Chapter Sierra Club
  • May 21 10:00 AM  Riverside-San Bernardino CNPS  Recording on Youtube
  • May 19            4:00 PM   Kern County CNPS
  • May 10            7:00 PM   Los Angeles CNPS
  • May 13            1:00 PM   Annies Annuals  Live Outdoor Talk
  • March 23         2:00 PM   Marin Master Gardeners Photo Team
  • January 7        7:00 PM   San Diego Sierra Club Chapter
  • January 14 5 - 7:30 PM   Live Opening Exhibit Reception and Talk, Jewish Community Center, San Francisco
2021

    Recorded Talk

    Video of the Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change Talk by conservation photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter for the San Anselmo Library

    Link to the Virtual Book Talk hosted by the East Bay CNPS Chapter 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpmsqzUjpog

    Just about everyone knows the climate is changing but we rarely hear how climate change impacts the natural world. Plants and wildflowers support most life on land and climate change is significantly affecting wildflower blooms and the bounty they offer wildlife. Marin conservation photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter give us a spectacular view of California’s extraordinary wildflowers, as both a cause for celebration and protection, in Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change. 

    Enjoy a stunning visual tour of California’s wildflowers on Zoom with international award-winning photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter. Their gold medal book is available to check out at the San Anselmo Library and can also be purchased now at www.wildflowerbook.com

    Theodore Payne Foundation's Poppy Hour Video:

    Theodore Payne Foundation Genevieve Arnold talks about native plant seeds

    One of our authors, Genevieve Arnold, Seed Program Manager at Theodore Payne Foundation is featured in this video. She wrote a wonderful story about seed banking for us. This video will begin with Genevieve introducing you to California's native plant seeds. She will also discuss TPF’s role in preserving genetic plant diversity in the urban environment.  https://youtu.be/yYlY_y7FSS8 

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