Heather Schneider

Rare plant biologist, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden

Rare plant biologist, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden

Heather Schneider on KCRW

Birds are chirping, creeks are flowing and wildflower buds are beginning to pop up and down the Central Coast.

Where to spot stellar wildflowers along the Central Coast

Birds are chirping, creeks are flowing and wildflower buds are beginning to pop up and down the Central Coast.

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