Steens Mountain and Environs
Steens Mountain is about as remote as one can get in Oregon. A fault-block mountain in the southeast corner of the state, its top ridge contains the highest point one can drive to in Oregon. A mile down from its peak, one finds dried lake beds and productive marshes. This presentation includes photographs of plants from several visits across this elevational gradient, as well as commentary about some quirks of the region.
Length: 45, 60 minutes
Series: Plants and Places
Intended Audiences: groups with interests in nature, biodiversity, travel, bioregional native plants, plant communities
Rates: Standard presentation rates apply.
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