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Calflora is a non profit that is dedicated to "providing information about California plant biodiversity for use in education, research, and conservation."  They have a large native plant database that includes features to allow you to search for natives by name, area, and many other characteristics. 

"The mission of CNPS is to conserve California native plants and their natural habitats, and increase understanding, appreciation, and horticultural use of native plants." CNPS has active chapters throughout California and provides very informative publications and workshops. 

CNGA is a non profit whose mission is to "promote, preserve, and restore the diversity of California's native grasses and grassland ecosystems through education, advocacy, research and stewardship. They host a field day at Hedgerow Farms every spring and have informative workshops and information about restoring California's grasslands.

If you are looking for a nursery or seed source for a specific plant, this is a great resource. They list possible sources and horticultural information by species. 

A nationwide database of sources for native seed.

This website has informative plant sheets for various native species across the country. 

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