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A New Tool in Conservation of Prairies and Other Plant Communities: Plant-Pollinator Network Science
The beautiful glacial outwash prairies of South Puget Sound are among the rarest ecosystems in the United States. Their charismatic spring bloom and the rarity of some of the species they […]
Off-Target Impacts of Graminoid-Specific Herbicide on Common Camas (Camassia quamash) Growth, Abundance, Reproduction, and Palatability to Herbivores
Invasive grass removal with herbicide is an important component of the restoration process in many prairie and grassland ecosystems. Management of invasive grasses in areas with high concentrations of native plants […]
One goal of this environmental education curriculum is that students will gain an appreciation of Willamette Valley wetland prairies, a threatened ecosystem, and will gain an understanding of the importance of […]
Explaining restoration failure can be as important as touting success. We used a series of studies to understand the failure of techniques commonly used to restore wetland prairies in the Willamette […]
Recommendations for control of tall oatgrass, poison oak, and rose in Willamette Valley upland prairies
Native upland prairies, which once dominated the landscape of the Willamette Valley, are considered among the rarest of Oregon’s ecosystems. Even though only remnants remain today, they harbor many rare and […]
1. We report final results from a five-year field experiment evaluating the effects of different mowing regimes on groups of native and non-native grasses and forbs at a degraded prairie at […]
Management of Tall Oatgrass Arrhenatherum elatius in Willamette Valley Prairies: Preliminary Report. A component of the Project Restoration and Vegetation Management of Fender’s Blue Butterfly Habitats.
Native prairies, which once dominated the landscape of the Willamette Valley, are considered among the rarest of Oregon’s ecosystems. Even though only remnants remain today, they harbor rare and endangered species […]
We report results from a field experiment evaluating the effectiveness of mowing, mowing and herbicides, and burning on woody plants, key native and non-native grasses and forbs, and the Fender’s blue […]
We collected information on the life history requirements of four rare south Puget Sound butterflies in 1998-1999; the mardon skipper (Polites mardon), Puget blue (Plebejus icarioides blackmorei), Whulge checkerspot (Euphydryas editha […]
Streaked Horned Lark Habitat Management and Monitoring at the Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuge Complex -2018 Annual Report
The Willamette Valley NWR Complex provided several hundred acres of potentially suitable habitat for breeding streaked horned larks (SHLA) during 2018. Habitat was provided at all 3 of the Complex refuges: […]