Welcome to the Puget Prairie Plants

This website is part of the ongoing effort at The Evergreen State College to document the flora of the prairies of south Puget Sound. Evergreen students and local experts in prairie ecology have joined forces to create the first draft of a Field Guide to the Plants of the South Sound Prairies, a book to aid in the identification of prairie plants, as well as serve as a resource for information about the natural and human history of south Puget Sound prairies. A couple of sample pages from the field guide are included below. Scroll down to the Thumbnail gallery to find information about particular prairie plants. PrairieFloraSamplePages.jpgPrairieFloraSamplePages2.jpg

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Prairie Plant Profiles sorted by scientific name. Click on the plant name you are interested in to view it's profile.

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Puget Prairie Plants wiki.



Editing by: Melissa Crowe, Michael Stacey, and Nikolai Starzak.

Wiki pages created by: Yianna Bekris, Joe Bettis, Marianna Bissonnette, Sara Coutts, Melissa Crowe, Emily Driskill, Greg Eide, Eli Evans, Zach Fleig, Lily Hynson, Krista Koller, Irene Matsuoka, Kale McConathy, Kate McSorley, Saff Smith, Michael Stacey, Nikolai Starzak, Mollie Steele, Sofia Vasconi, and Isabel Watts.

Profile contents: primarily courtesy of the Center for Natural Lands Management; much of the information was compiled by Spencer Alexander and Kate McSorley; see each profile for sources.

Faculty advisor: Frederica Bowcutt, Ph.D.

IT Staff Support: Amy Greene and David Geeraerts.