Sustaining Our Northwest World: Rare Plant Conservation in the Pacific Northwest

July 21, 2014

From lowland wetlands to alpine meadows, Washington state’s native plant species are threatened by development, climate change and invasive species. Join Sarah Reichard, University of Washington associate professor of forest resources, for a fascinating look at how to conserve our state’s rare plant populations. Learn practical steps that can help fight plant extinction, many of which are being implemented by researchers and volunteers with the Rare Plant Care and Conservation Program at the University of Washington Botanic Gardens.