The Napa County Resource Conservation District’s monthly Wild Napa lecture series spotlights local scientists and educators with specific knowledge of the conservation efforts in their field and how those efforts effect Napa County.

On Wednesday night, Land Trust of Napa County Stewardship Program Manager Mike Palladini will talk about Snelll Valley’s serpentine soil and the rare plants flourishing there through the use of prescribed burn restoration efforts in partnership with CalFire. Listeners will get a firsthand breakdown of the work involved in making a very special place even more special.

  • When: Wednesday, September 13, 2017 – 7 p.m.
  • Where: Napa Main Library Community Room
  • 580 Coombs St., Napa
  • Cost: Free with voluntary donations warmly accepted to help offset costs.

Sponsors: Napa County Watershed Information & Conservation Council, Napa RCD, Friends of the Napa River, Napa Valley Vintners, Carolyn Parr Nature Center, Napa Vision 2050 and the Napa County Library.