California Blooming: NOW OPEN

April 14, 2021
California Blooming: Wildflowers and Climate Change,” a large print version of "Beauty and Beast: California's Wildflowers and Climate Change" just opened at the San Dieg...
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Despite 11-month closure, Natural History Museum has been a beehive of activity since March

April 11, 2021
Update: California Blooming: Wildflowers and Climate Change in the Golden State Exhibit Opens on April 2 By Pam Kragen UNION TRIBUNE February 24, 2021 Note: California B...
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California Wildflowers and Climate Change

April 08, 2021
By Matthew Harrison Tedford BAY NATURE MAGAZINE March 25, 2019 Rob Badger began photographing nature and the California desert when he was 18, having moved from the East...
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In Wildflowers’ Beauty, A Call to Action

April 08, 2021
By Kathy Morrison FLORA MAGAZINE, CALIFORNIA NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY November 20, 2019 ~ Photos from the upcoming Beauty and the Beast book. All photos courtesy of Nita Wi...
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Rob Badger and Nita Winter: 5 Things We Must Do To Inspire The Next Generation

April 08, 2021
By Penny Bauder AUTHORITY MAGAZINE December 5, 2020 ~ Reduce consumption. Conserve, steward, and protect resources. Use less, get more. Do you really need everything yo...
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Where the Badger's Been

Welcome to the WinterBadger Collection Blog! Thanks for coming. Enjoy.

wildflowers_exhibit postcard_front_x700wildflowers_exhibit postcard_front_x700"Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change" exhibit announcement (postcard front). Jewett Gallery, San Francisco Main Public Library January 23- March 27, 2016

Presented by The Wallace Stegner Environmental Center of the San Francisco Public Library.

Sponsored by:
Friends of the San Francisco Public Library, Blue Earth Alliance, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Marin Clean Energy, California Native Plant Society, California State Parks Foundation, Hahnemühle, and Think Tank Photo.

Postcard designed by Ellen Reilly

Scarlet Fritillary (Fritillaria recurva) plant with three blossoms, and Rufous Hummingbird (Selasphorus rufus), Upper Table Rocks, BLM and Nature Conservancy land. The Table Rocks were designated in 1984 as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC) to protect special plants and animal species, unique geologic and scenic values, and education opportunities. the Table Rocks are now owned and collaboratively managed by the Conservancy and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Oregon, United States

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