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Have you seen Catalina Island this Spring?  It is extraordinary- from the rolling green hillsides, to the plentiful reservoirs, to the gorgeous blooms highlighting native and endemic plants.  The Island is exploding with native flowers such as lupines, Indian paintbrush, sticky monkeyflower, shooting stars, bush sunflower, blue dicks, Mariposa lilies and more. The rains have provided the Island with such a gift, which we invite you to enjoy by foot, by bike or by Eco Tour today! 

While Mother Nature has contributed to the magnificent colors and abundance of beauty on the Island, it is the strategic work of the Catalina Island Conservancy that creates the conditions for the Island’s biodiversity to thrive.  Please make a donation today that will help keep Catalina Island a haven of natural beauty.

Through the Conservancy’s work and collaboration with many others who study life on Catalina, we are able to determine how to protect biodiversity on the Island and serve as a living laboratory for island and mainland species around the world.  To ensure native plants survive, the Catalina Island Conservancy collects thousands of seeds annually representing 230 species, many of them from rare and endemic plants.  Housed in cold storage at the James H. Ackerman Native Plant Nursery on Catalina Island and at mainland botanic gardens, these seeds provide material for revegetation needs and protect biodiversity for future generations.  Your gift today will support these ongoing efforts and more.

Invasive plant species are one of the greatest threats to biodiversity on Catalina.  Staffed with a new team of Spring interns, the Catalina Habitat Improvement and Restoration Program (CHIRP) continues their campaign of invasive plant removal.  While this winter's rains brought welcome relief to a drought stricken Island, the rain also fed a host of non-native plant species. Along with Conservancy staff, the American Conservation Experience Emerging Professionals In Conservation (ACE EPIC), have been combing the canyons and hillsides of Catalina Island to do battle with these invasive plants. Please help support our work with your donation today. 

With your support, we will continue to preserve vital habitats on Catalina Island and create more unique wildlands experiences.  Please give today to ensure the Island’s ongoing beauty and ecological diversity remain for you and your family to enjoy for generations to come.
 

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