Videos of Interest
4 minute interview with Rob Badger and Nita Winter. Interviewed by Doug McConnell on NBC-TV's OpenRoad.
The Making of Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change
Our talk, hosted by the San Francisco Botanical Garden, takes you behind the scenes on our 27-year journey photographing wildflowers on our public lands throughout California and the West. June 9, 2021
Nat Talk Climate Series: A 27-Year Wildflower Journey
What does the future look like for San Diego's favorite superblooms and our wildflower season? Join internationally acclaimed conservation photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter through their 27-year journey photographing wildflowers and superblooms throughout California and the West (with an extra focus on California deserts). Hosted by The Nat and Climate Science Alliance, this talk is part of a series discussing climate change in our region. So come for the pretty pictures, stay for the science. May 5, 2021
Our talk, hosted by the San Diego Chapter of the California Native Plant Society, takes you behind the scenes on our 27-year journey photographing wildflowers on our public lands throughout California and the West. November 17, 2020
Photographers and authors Nita Winter and Rob Badger talk about their award-winning book, "Beauty and the Beast: Wildflowers and Climate Change", and its journey to publication. (20 minute interview with Bay Area Independent Publisher's Association's (BAIPA) author John Byrne Barry.)
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Nature's Best Hope, a talk by Doug Tallamy. Doug is one of our contributors and author of "Bringing Nature Home." Read his "Three Top Steps to Bring Nature Home" on page 201 in our book.
Learn more about how you can enjoy and protect native plants and wildlife. Videos below by the California Native Plant Society and their chapters.
To see more options and upcoming talks by a variety of topics related to plants, gardens and pollinators visit: https://www.cnps.org/event/virtual-native-plant-events