The Ventura County Flower and Weed Show and Exhibit

This naturalist series and pop-up exhibit celebrate the wide variety of plants in Ventura County. Visit to learn about the invasive Arundo plant and how it negatively impacts our vital watersheds, early detection and rapid response for invasive weeds, Romain Young’s 1916 local plant collection, and more.

Friday, April 22nd at 1 pm: a presentation about Arundo in the Santa Clara River will be open to the public at the Museum.
Sunday, April 24th at 12pm: Local plants will be displayed with scientific and common name identification for the public to discover up close the wild plants of Ventura County. We will also hold training in iNaturalist, a phone application that assists anyone to identify and map plants of Ventura County.) An exhibit will also be on display during the Museum’s business hours where you can learn more about our local plants.

Contact John Beall at 805-665-7730 or john.beall@ventura.org for more information.
Sponsored by the Ventura County Weed Management Area

Time

Apr 22, 2022 to Apr 24, 2022 01:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Location

100 E. Main St.
Ventura CA, 93023

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