From Left to Right Above:
1958: Executive Board of the Lancaster Women's Club. This group fromed the Wild Flower Preservation Committee that led the effort to create a park for poppies. Jane Pinheiro is fifth from the left. Dorothy Bolt is on the far right.
1976: Dedication of the Poppy Reserve and "Something to Smile About." Herbert Rhodes, Director of the California Department of Parks and Recreation (on the left) accepts the deed to wildflower lands from Jane Pinheiro and William Penn Mott Jr., President of the California State Parks Foundation
Circa 1960: Jane Pinheiro documents the majestic beauty of the desert through her wildflower art
Pinheiro was a driving force behind the creation of Saddleback Butte State Park (1960) and, along with Dorothy Bolt, Milt Stark and many others led fight the to create the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve (1976).