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Glenn Keator is a Bay Area botanist and environmental educator. His books include Plants of the East Bay Parks (1994, Mount Diablo Interpretive Association) and The Life of an Oak (1998, Heyday Books). He teaches courses at Merritt College and Strybing Arboretum, leads field trips throughout California, and is an advisor to the Friends of the Regional Botanic Garden.


Forest Lowlife

January 01, 2007 by Glenn Keator

This winter, discover the miniature world of mosses and their kin.

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How have exotic garden plants impacted our native fauna?

January 01, 2002 by Glenn Keator

Animal habits, or behavior, can indeed change due to the presence of nonnative plants. Two examples come to mind. Fennel ...

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