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Individual Membership

Members are the heart and soul of Cal-IPC! In addition to supporting our work, members receive our Dispatch newsletter with the latest on plants, projects, and policy, a registration discount for the annual Cal-IPC Symposium, and email updates on breaking issues. Join now, or use this link to sign into your account and renew.


Organizational Membership

Organizational members provide core support for Cal-IPC’s innovative programs, while earning professional membership for staff and recognition in the land stewardship community. Join now, or click the link to sign into your account and renew.


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Already a member? Your donation to Cal-IPC helps us provide educational resources, advocate on behalf of wildlands protection, work with partners throughout the state to monitor and manage invasive plants, and so much more!


Mail a check

Prefer to pay by check? Please make payable to: California Invasive Plant Council
Send to mailing address:
1442-A Walnut St. #462
Berkeley, CA 94709
Attn: Membership

Tax ID

501(c)(3) nonprofit | Tax ID: 68-0289333


Photo credit: We’re working with partners across the state to prevent the spread of invasive plants. (clockwise from left): Diana Wing, Ventura County Agricultural Commissioner; Roy Tennant, Sonoma Ecology Center; Adam White, Santa Lucia Conservancy; Carrie Fales, California Department of Food and Agriculture; Jessica Plance, American Conservation Experience; Susan Schwartz, Friends of Five Creeks.