Twining brodiaea (Dicholostemma volubile). Photo by Delia Taylor

This new version of the main website of the East Bay Chapter of the California Native Plant Society (EBCNPS) is designed to give the user easier access to the large collection of articles and photos related to the multifaceted activities of EBCNPS.

There are two main ways to access the pages of the site. The first is to hover with your mouse over the item in the menu at the top of the page that seems likely to point to what you are interested in. Then select from the menu that drops down.  If there is no drop down menu then the menu item on the navigation bar is what you should click on.

Another approach is to click on the second item from the right on the menu bar, website mapThat will give you a table of contents of the entire site.

If you have a question having to do with how to use the site  or if you would like to comment on the new website email me at webmaster@ebcnps.org .

From time to time I shall suggest a page for the reader to check out, for no other reason than that I have enjoyed it and suspect that others will also. Today I would like to recommend Easy Hikes, a selection of do-it-yourself field trips chosen and described by Bill Hunt, a photographer and hiker who has long been active in our Chapter as well as state CNPS in positions of leadership.

Check out the Easy hikes page.

Joe Willingham
East Bay Chapter webmaster


Click on this link to download the current issue of the Bay Leaf, the East Bay Chapter newsletter.

Visit the website of the state organization of the California Native Plant Society to find out  about ways you can enjoy and protect our state’s native flora.

Calochortus amabilis Photo by Delia Taylor
Calochortus amabilis.  Photo by Delia Taylor.
Ithuriels spear (Tritileia laxa). Photo by DeliaTaylor.
Ithuriel’s spear (Tritileia laxa). Photo by DeliaTaylor.
Madia elegans. Photo by Delia Taylor.
Madia elegans. Photo by Delia Taylor.