Take a visual journey through the history of plant conservation on the Channel Islands.
California’s Channel Islands make up an archipelago of eight islands off the coast of Southern California. Often referred to as "The Galapagos of North America," their isolation coupled with unique climate, soils, and topography support a diverse range of flora and fauna, including many rare and endemic plant species found nowhere else on Earth.
Take a visual journey through the history of plant conservation on these majestic islands in this interactive ArcGIS Story Map created by Daniel Cisneros, 2021 Kendra Chan Directorate Fellow. Check out the storymap.