Reconciling Social and Biological Needs in an Endangered Ecosystem : the Palouse as a Model for Bioregional Planning


The Palouse region of southeastern Washington State and an adjacent portion of northern Idaho is a working landscape dominated by agricultural production, with less than 1% of the original bunchgrass prairie remaining. Government agencies and conservation groups have begun efforts to conserve Palouse prairie remnants, but they lack critical information… (More)

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