Field Guide to the Grasses of Oregon and Washington
472 pages, 6 x 9
colour illustrations
Release Date:19 May 2019

Field Guide to the Grasses of Oregon and Washington

Oregon State University Press
Field Guide to the Grasses of Oregon and Washington is an illustrated guide to all 365 species, subspecies, and varieties of grasses—both native and introduced—that grow wild in Oregon and Washington. It also has broad applicability in neighboring states and provinces. Grasses are important functional components in a variety of ecosystems and are highly valued for habitat restoration in ecosystems ranging from wetlands to deserts, and from sea level to alpine. They are important weeds and are also cultivated as ornamental plants.
RELATED TOPICS: Botany, Nature

Cindy Talbott Roché earned a PhD from the University of Idaho.

Richard E. Brainerd holds an MS from Oregon State University. 

Barbara L. Wilson holds a PhD from Oregon State University.

Nick Otting has an MS from Oregon State University.

Robert C. Korfhage received his MS from Washington State University.

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