This category is for sites about the Fresno area's geography, natural environment, and wildlife. It is also for sites about local activities, events, institutions, and organizations related to science and the environment, including zoos, botanical gardens, research institutions, clubs, and professional organizations.
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California Native Plant Society, Sequoia Chapter
Seeks to increase the understanding of California's native plants and to preserve them in their natural habitat through scientific activities, education and conservation.
Chaffee Zoological Gardens
Fresno's zoo in Roeding Park, providing visitor information, zoo history, educational programs and teacher training, special events and links to related websites.
On-site exhibits, activities and events for children, families, and schools to learn about nature, science, and regional history.
A seventy-four seat theater with a thirty foot dome and a Minolta MS-8 star projector provide dynamic planetarium shows. Site offers information on shows and the current show schedule.
Forestiere Underground Gardens
Description of the underground home and gardens built from 1906 to 1946 by Baldasare Forestier, with contact information for tours.
San Joaquin River Parkway and Conservation Trust
Dedicated to preserving and restoring the San Joaquin River Parkway and to educate the public on the need for stewardship, to research issues affecting the river, and to promote educational, recreational and agricultural uses consistent with the protection of the river's resources.
Shinzen Japanese Garden
Located in Woodward Park, lists hours, admission and maps, with separate sections for each season of the year.
Advocates and participates in the revitalization of Fresno by planting trees and educating the public about the proper maintenance and care of trees.
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