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Reginald I DurantExecutive Director
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Back to Natives Restoration is THE expert in volunteer centered habitat restoration and native plant propagation in Orange County and Southern California. We provide Workforce Development opportunities for dozens of Interns per year. Volunteers from the community have a chance to get their hands dirty while participating in service learning programs teaching them HOW and why to restore habitat and grow native plants.
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Take the $5 a month Pledge!
Dear BTN Supporters, (Volunteers, Members, Advisory Council, Board, Donors), We NEED YOU! Without your financial support, this could be the
All good things…
Dear Back to Natives, I never imagined when interviewing for this position just a few short months ago that I
Help prevent the mowing of our native plant reserve
What is about a mile from the Pacific Ocean, less than a ½ mile from San Juan Creek, and along
What College Major do we recommend?
by Reginald Durant, Executive Director, Back to Natives Here at BTN we are asked all the time: “what College Major
Estimating Landscape Costs
by Reginald Durant, BTN Executive Director Folks ask us all the time what it would cost to landscape their yard
Spring Garden Show at South Coast Plaza
If you’ve never visited the Spring Garden Show, now is your chance! As South Coast Plaza enters their milestone year
2017 California Native Plant Society Garden Tour
by Cassandra Winston, BTN Communications Intern It’s about that time again…On Saturday, April 8th, the California Native Plant Society is
Why Back to Natives does not grow, sell or plant hybrids or cultivars.
At Back to Natives Restoration we use only locally native species with no hybrids or cultivars in the mix. Cultivars
Farewell Fountain Grass
by Cassandra Winston, ENC Communications Intern The rainy season is upon us, and the aftermath is perfect for some weed
9th year of habitat restoration training scheduled!
Back to Natives Restoration, in a cooperative agreement with the United States Forest Service in the Cleveland National Forest, will