|California Native Plant Society Lecture -November 16, 2017
An overview of rare and endangered plants of the
Mojave Chapter region: Priorities for Protection
presented by James M. André
The lecture starts at 6:00 p.m. and is free to the public
Jim is currently the director of the University of California's Granite Mountain Desert Research Center and its satellite reserves. He is adjunct in the Department of Biology at the University of California Riverside, and a senior member of UCR's Center for Conservation Biology. He has published several desert floras, and is now focusing on two larger projects: a Flora of the Mojave Desert, and a redraft of McMinn's Manual of California Shrubs. He has served as Senior Advisor and Chair to the statewide CNPS Rare Plant Program for the past decade, and is continues to serve as Mojave Chapter rare plants chair.