Golden Paintbrush (Castilleja levisecta): Recovering the Gem of the Pacific Northwest Grasslands (Flyer)

This is an informational flyer about Golden Paintbrush.

Golden paintbrush is a symbol of the native northwest grasslands, an ecosystem that has been reduced by more than 90%. Like the grassland habitat that sustains them, golden paintbrush populations have decreased dramatically. Formerly found in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia, the paintbrush has been reduced to fewer than 11 populations in Washington and Canada. It is believed to be entirely absent in Oregon.