May 20, 2022 4:00 p.m.
Mark Turner, Photographer, Speaker, Writer
Northwest roadsides can spring to life with showy wildflowers during the spring and summer. While we have a number of invasive weeds, many of our native species also put on quite a show, including a few that are rare or endemic like the uniquely-colored Lomatium columbianum (Columbia desert parsley) found along Hwy 14 in the Columbia Gorge. Some flowers are prominent enough to recognize at 65 mph on the freeway. Others will be found only when meandering slowly along a Forest Service byway. In this program you’ll be introduced to about 60 plants that are easily recognized from behind your windshield.
This month, we are again partnering with The Camas Library for this online Zoom Webinar. For registration, please use the link below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the class.