Plants from the Four Corners of Oregon

A presentation highlighting the plants and landforms of the four disparate corners of Oregon: the temperate rainforest of the northwest, the ancient unglaciated serpentine soils of the southwest, the volcanic and desert-like southeast, and the canyons and rolling hills of the northeast.

Length: 45, 60, 75 minutes

Series: Plants and Places

Intended Audiences: groups with interests in nature, biodiversity, travel, plant communities, bioregional native plants

Rates: Standard presentation rates apply.

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