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Prescribed cattle grazing as a tool for native prairie management: Lessons from the Tualatin River basin, Oregon
Land managers of prairie and savanna sites in the Willamette-Puget Trough-Georgia Basin (WPG) ecoregion are tasked with reestablishing native species, managing the threat of invasive species, and encouraging or introducing regular […]
Controls on the distribution and resilience of Quercus garryana: ecophysiological evidence of oak’s water‐limitation tolerance
The composition of forests in Western North America is changing. The decline in the shade‐intolerant Oregon white oak (Quercus garryana var. garryana) is attributed to increased competition with the tall‐growing Douglas […]
Best Management Practices for the Puget Sound lowlands This how-to practitioner guide is a set of best management practices(BMPs) for native pollinator habitat restoration in the Puget Sound region. It is […]
The Center for Natural Lands Management’s Conservation Nursery Program is a cooperative conservation infrastructure project, which provides native grassland seed services primarily in Western Washington. Our core mission is the regional […]
Monarch butterflies in western North America are in trouble. What was once a huge number of monarchs that converged on overwintering sites in coastal California has dwindled year after year. The […]
Demographic analysis of Erigeron decumbens var. decumbens, an endangered plant species of the Willamette Valley, Oregon
Erigeron decumbens var. decumbens, known only from the Willamette Valley of western Oregon, is listed as Endangered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and by the state of Oregon. In […]
Wetland prairies of the Willamette Valley, considered among the rarest of Oregon’s ecosystems, are threatened by invasion of woody species and non-native species. Because of its historical importance, fire is a […]
The 2017 burn season is most notable in five ways: Unprecedented heavy smoke inundation in Puget Sound from big wildfires throughout the west An offsite wildfire that spread onto Scatter Creek […]
Native prairies of the Willamette Valley are considered among the rarest of Oregon’s ecosystems and are in critical need of conservation. Management strategies for increasing the abundance of native species are […]
The present study experimentally tested the responses of burning, hand-removal of woody species, and mowing with removal of cut material on woody plants and key native and non-native grasses and forbs. […]