JULY 2021 RESOURCES:
Local Seaweeds Expert: http://www.ryandrum.com
Poison Hemlock Resources: https://www.nwcb.wa.gov/pdfs/poison_hemlock_2015.pdf
JUNE 2021 RESOURCES:
MAY 2021 RESOURCES:
AMAZING site for Eastside Plants: http://www.bentler.us/eastern-washington/plants/
Methow Interpretive Center: https://www.methowvalleyinterpretivecenter.com/
Two Rivers Film: http://www.tworiversfilm.com/2riv_trailer.htm
ETHNOBOTANY FIELD GUIDE: UNIVERSITY OF OR:
APRIL 2021 RESOURCES:
ALEX LOWES PHD, Paleobotanist PRESENTATION
March 2021: Introduction to Plant Resources-These are not required but recommended. There are also going to be links to homework related concepts, as well as links for plantdork fun! This is place to continue your studies AND find handouts and supplemental resources for class.
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March 2021 Power Point Presentations:
Super Plant Dorky Presentation by Royal Botanic Society on The Origins of Flowering Plants… Love it! and it may be too much for plant beginners! Use at your own risk…:>)
Botany in a Day Plant ID Introduction-Thomas Elpel (and you don’t need the cards for this class but knock yourself out if you want then! I am the last person to ask someone else to NOT buy a plant related learning tool…hypocrite I would be!)
Washington Native Plant Society-These are AWESOME. If you can check these out over this year as your interest peaks, these are some great botanists. Consider becoming a member! They have great field trips!
Plant Family of the Month: Mustards/Brassicaceae
Elpel Profile of Mustards (also in your text)
Ethical Harvesting and Rare, Threatened/ Endangered Plant Lists:
Ethical Harvesting Guidelines: This is a copy of what we have to send to local Wildlife Areas, Forest Service, etc. to allow us to harvest on their managed lands.
More Links for Plant Evolution and Life Cycle:
These are from https://ohioplants.org/plant-kingdom-intro/
PLANT & TREES SPECIES JOURNAL ACCOUNTS: