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Ancient Plants Park Talk - Shared screen with speaker view
jhearns
01:43:50
yes!
Ann and Peter Kindfield
01:44:04
me as well
Marsha
01:44:17
beautiful
C Quintero
01:44:35
Yes!
wendyhadley
01:49:25
what is the name of this grass? I missed the name.
Kevin
01:49:43
galleta?
Co-host
01:49:49
Big galleta
Christian Gerlach
01:53:05
anyone know the average carbon capture rate of the Joshua tree? I haven't been able to find any information on that.
Eric Linnert
01:56:49
love the preserve! 🙌
wendyhadley
02:07:31
When you are looking at plants in our area, is there a way to tell if they are close to these upper 5% age groups? How do you tell age of the plants we see?
Shawn Shepherd
02:08:44
Is this a relative of the fire plant? Common in So Cal landscapes.
Shawn Shepherd
02:17:33
I've been on some calls where you could say 'MIND BLOWN' with an emoiji - so I'm saying that now!
Susy Boyd
02:19:51
King Clone is near my house. Don't let anyone tell you there's nothing in Lucerne Valley.
Shawn Shepherd
02:20:21
That's cool, Susan!
C Quintero
02:20:26
:)
Susy Boyd
02:20:47
Road trip!
Shawn Shepherd
02:20:59
I'm in!
C Quintero
02:21:12
Me too!
Susy Boyd
02:21:28
Lol Happy Hour King Clone.
Shawn Shepherd
02:27:48
This is incredibly moving - thank you, Chris.
C Quintero
02:28:21
Yes, beautiful, Chris! Thank you!
Telescope Peak
02:28:33
Awesome
spiderfawke
02:28:59
Thank you for a great lecture.
Lance Wood
02:29:01
Is the Yucca also called the Century Plant?
Dolores Donovan
02:29:10
That was a really great presentation! Thank you, Chris.
Marsha
02:29:17
Amazing. Thank you.
Judy
02:29:18
Thanks so much Chris!
Carol Eicher
02:29:20
Are there native ancient plants that can be planted and do well in regular yards?
Edda Spielmann
02:29:27
thank you very very much
dianne
02:29:45
This has been such an interesting presentation, Chris! Thanks so much for sharing your love and knowledge of these amazing living things, and for your advocacy for them and our parks!
kat talley-jones
02:29:48
If they are old, does that also mean they grow slowly?
Shawn Shepherd
02:30:19
The plant that you had with the butterfly (Iodine Bush) - is it a relative of the commonly named Fire Plant?
Lance Wood
02:30:41
Thank you
Shawn Shepherd
02:31:07
Thank you!
Jon Boorstin
02:31:37
how do they figure out the age?
Larry
02:31:49
Another common name for iodine bush is turpentine rue.
John
02:31:52
Wonderful... Unfortunately, I came late to the broadcast, will the recording be available to watch at a later time?
Karl's iPad
02:31:54
thanks Chris nice to learn about the longevity of so much of the desert flora
Christian Gerlach
02:31:57
what if any laws are in place to protect these plants?
Carol Eicher
02:32:01
^^ re my question about starting native plants, I mean other than creosote ;)
Lisa Mecham
02:32:25
is there a book you recommend that is a good companion for identifying plants when you hike?
Carol Eicher
02:33:22
How would one go about getting a Joshua Tree replanted from someone who doesn’t want it?
Lonnie Horn
02:33:39
Thank you for mentioning the effect of "renewable energy" installations. Can you drive to LV and not think solar farms and wind farms may not be the answer?
Jon Boorstin
02:33:40
How can you determine the age of a bush that doesn’t ring?
sam butler
02:38:36
Thank you so much, very informative
Lance Wood
02:38:40
Having lived near the Mojave for all my life, I appreciate the information. Thank you.
Griffin Solsburg
02:38:47
Thank you very much to the talk!
Susy Boyd
02:39:19
Fascinating presentation, especially interesting that our desert plants are older than Sequoia and Bristlecone. Thank you!
Joel Ferree
02:41:30
Where can I find the Robert Frasher photo of Joshua Tree?
Joel Ferree
02:41:45
Thanks!
Carol Eicher
02:42:17
thanks for the presentation, and for answering my slightly off-topic question!
Lance Wood
02:44:10
Solar farms up Hwy 14 and 395 are booming. many acres have been destroyed.
Kevin
02:45:34
There is a bill in CA senate that will fund solar installations on public school roofs.
Joel Ferree
02:45:58
Thanks very much, Chris!
Jennifer Dorrel
02:46:05
Thank you!
Carol A
02:46:11
thank you!
Lance Wood
02:46:13
kevin, I've seen several on parking lots in the Central Valley.
Melanie
02:46:13
Thank you, Chris! That was wonderful.
Telescope Peak
02:46:13
Thank you!!!!
Christian Gerlach
02:46:21
thank you Again!!;
Eric Linnert
02:46:22
thanks! keep fighting the good fight 🙌