About this event
Volunteers will spread out across the park in search of rare or endangered plants. Teams will be provided with a GPS unit (or bring your own unit or GPS-enabled mobile phone) and there will be enough experts around to insure accurate identification of the plants. You don't need to have plant keying skills; all that is required is a desire to help and the fitness to walk one to three miles in hilly terrain. Different dates will focus on different areas of the park. Data collected will be submitted to the California Natural Diversity Data Base, a joint project of CNPS and the California Department of Fish & Game.