This field and lab course focuses on the applied aspects of plant propagation and the appropriate placement of native plants in landscape and restoration settings in California. Topics include native plants and plant communities, techniques for selecting, collecting and replicating plants for production, and restoration site preparation and maintenance. Additional topics may include ethnobotany, career opportunities, restoration principals, botany, plant disease and sanitation, invasive plant removal, wildcrafting, guest speakers and fieldtrips. Credit / No Credit only. May be repeated for credit up to a maximum of 4 units.