California Naturalist Program
Please join us in welcoming our newest member of the #CalNat program team, Sarah Angulo! Sarah is the new Davis-based UC Agriculture & Natural Resources Community Education Specialist for Central California and the Sierra, serving as the primary point of contact for our partners in this region. Sarah comes to us with a strong background in environmental education, having taught California natural history to kindergartners through adults at the tide pools of the Sonoma Coast and Santa Cruz redwood forests, all the way through gold country to the snowy Castle Peak at Donner Pass and Mono Lake’s high desert. A UC Santa Cruz Natural History Field Quarter alum and a certified California Naturalist herself (Sierra Streams Institute, 2016), Sarah brings so much to our program! Out of the office, she volunteers leading backpacking trips every summer for the Sierra Club California, and is Northern Chair Elect on the California Association for Environmental & Outdoor Education - AEOE board. She hopes to soon crack open her brand new Jepson manual and discover the gems of the Central Valley!
Have you been working to address the threat of climate change? Tell us your story! UC California Naturalist is working with the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research to help populate the new Climate Adaptation Clearinghouse by capturing authentic experiences of all Californians as they deal with a changing climate. Please share your story by February 16, 2018. View full details here.
Expanding access to the California Naturalist community: we've launched a scholarship fund! Read all about it here.
California Naturalist Calendar
Audubon Canyon Ranch CalNat Course
Date: September 6, 2017 - February 14, 2018