The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is issuing a permit to Amy Patten pursuant to Fish and Game Code section 2081 (a) for a project to advance the conservation of California's rarest plants. Project activities include collecting seeds from Springville clarkia and Dudley's lousewort. The target quantity for seed collection per population is 2,500 seeds. One voucher specimen will be collected from each population if the populations are large enough to support it. Seed and voucher collection will take place from early June through July 2019. Additional seed collection will take place from April through July 2020, if necessary, to reach the goal of 2,500 seeds. In addition, the Permittee will receive seeds of Santa Cruz wallflower (Erysimum teretifolium) from Dr. Justen Whittall and Dr. Jodi McGraw for the purpose of submitting them for long-term conservation storage to one of the institutions listed below. Voucher specimens and seeds will be submitted to one of the following institutions for long term conservation storage: (1) Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont, Los Angeles County; (2) Rae Selling Berry Seed Bank at Portland State University, Portland, Oregon; (3) Santa Barbara Botanic Garden in Santa Barbara, California; or ( 4) the National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation in Fort Collins, Colorado.