Greg Suba, CNPS Conservation Program Director will describe the work of the CNPS Conservation Program, especially issues around plant conservation and desert wind and solar projects, and developing ecological standards for California’s forests.
Greg Suba has been the CNPS Conservation Program Director in Sacramento since 2009. Prior to joining CNPS, Greg worked as a watershed coordinator, science educator, and biological consultant in northern California, and spent several years monitoring streams and surveying forests throughout the state. He has a B.S. in Biology and an M.S. in Marine Science, and began his professional career as a research scientist in marine botany.
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Sponsored by The Santa Cruz County chapter of the California Native Plant Society.