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  • 2. S O U R C E S F O R N AT I V E P L A N T S & S E E D S BOOKS AND WORKSHOPS Annual Plant Sales Retail Nurseries Books Berry Botanic Garden Bosky Dell Natives * highly recommended * Naturescaping for Clean Rivers Native Plant 503-636-4112 West Linn, OR 97068 Charlotte Corkran and Chris Thoms, List, Environmental Services, City of Portland 503-638-5945 Amphibians of Oregon, Washington, & British and East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation Friends of Tryon Creek District, free with Naturescaping workshops. Remember: 503-636-4398 D.L. Phipps Forest Nursery Columbia: A Field Identification Guide, Elkton, OR 97436 Lone Pine Publishing Robin Rose, Caryn Chachulske & Diane Haase, use the right Leach Botanic Garden Propagation of Pacific Northwest Native Plants, 503-823-9503 541-584-2214 Stephanie Feeney, The Northwest Gardeners’ plant in the Resource Directory, 7th Edition, OSU Press Hardy Plant Society Down to Earth right place. Eugene, OR 97401 Cedarcroft Press George Schenk, Moss Gardening: Including 503-224-5718 Lichens, Liverworts and other Miniatures, 541-342-6820 Ferns to Know in Oregon, Oregon State Portland Audubon Society University Extension Service Timber Press 503-292-9453 Greer Gardens Helen M. Gilkey, Weeds of the Pacific Sara B. Stein, Noah’s Garden: Restoring the Eugene, OR 97401 Ecology of Our Own Backyards, Houghton Tualatin Hills Nature Park 800-548-0111 Northwest, Oregon State University (OSU) Mifflin Co. 503-644-5595 B. Jennifer Guard, Wetland Plants of Oregon Hertitage Seedlings Inc Ronald J. Taylor, Northwest Weeds: The Ugly Salem, OR 97301 & Washington, Lone Pine Publishing & Beautiful Villains of Fields, Gardens, & It is important to inquire 503-585-9835 * John Hadidian, Guy R. Hodge, & John W. Roadsides, Mountain Press Publishing Co. about seed source when Grandy, Wild Neighbors: The Humane buying native plants. Many Hobbs & Hopkins, Ltd. Ronald J. Taylor & George W. Douglas, Approach to Living with Wildlife, plantslabeled “native” are Portland, OR 97214 Mountain Plants of the Pacific Northwest, The Humane Society of the US. often grown outside of 503-239-7518 Mountain Press Publishing Co. the Pacific Northwest. Native Elizabeth L. Horn, Coastal Wildflowers of the plants would be those which Krueger’s Tree Farms Pacific Northwest: Wildflowers & Flowering Shann Weston, Naturescaping: A Place for historically grow within the North Plains, OR 97133 Shrubs from British Columbia to Northern Wildlife, Oregon Dept.of Fish & Wildlife Willamette Valley eco-zone. 503-647-1000 California, Mountain Press Nature’s Garden Edward C. Jensen & Charles R. Ross, Trees to Workshops Scio, OR 97374 Know in Oregon, OSU Extension Service Common Sense Gardening offers two free 503-394-3217 Circular #1450 workshops per year. Publications are available Oakhill Farms * Arthur R. Kruckeberg, Gardening with at the workshop or call Metro at 503-234-3000. Oakland, OR 97462 Native Plants of the Pacific Northwest, Wildlife Stewards offers one volunteer training 541-459-1361 U. of Washington Press per year, for a fee. Volunteers placed in local Oregon Dept of Forestry * Russell Link, Landscaping for Wildlife in the school to assist with habitat. Offered by Pacific Northwest Natives Pacific Northwest, U. of Washington Press National Wildlife Federation and OSU 4-H. Albany, OR 97321 * Ann Lovejoy, Naturalistic Gardening: Call 503-725-2048. These lists are provided Dean Marriott, Director 541-928-8239 Reflecting the Planting Patterns of Nature, Naturescaping for Clean Rivers offers free for example only, and Portland Nursery Sasquatch Books four-hour workshops, spring and fall. 503-823-7740 are not inclusive. Publications, including program workbook, are Portland, OR 97206 * Harry B. Nehls, Familiar Birds of the They provide a starting Northwest, Portland Audubon Society available at the workshop. City of Portland’s 503-231-5050 Environmental Services and East Multnomah This poster and a plant list place for your William Olkowski, Sheila Daar, & Helga Soil & Water Conservation District provide these Red’s Rhodies including the scientific names personal research. Sherwood, OR 97140 Olkowski, Common-Sense Pest Control, workshops. Call 503-797-1842. are available online: 503-625-6331 The Taunton Press Riparian Restoration Classes, for students www.cleanriverspdx.org Russell Graham Plants * Jim Pojar & Andy MacKinnon, Plants of involved in native plant gardens or streamside Salem, OR 97304 the Pacific Northwest Coast: Washington, projects. Free. Offered by Clean Rivers Oregon, British Columbia & Alaska, Educators, call 503-823-7740. 503-362-1135 OD 0515 revised July 2005 Lone Pine PublishingPrinted with recycled paper and soy-based inks Wallace W. Hansen * Portland Planning Bureau, Portland Plant © 2001 Environmental Services Salem, OR 97301 Lists, City of Portland 503-581-2638 versatile native plants of the Inside you will find resource Willamette Valley. information and a poster our gardens we help keep When using native plants in depicting many of the beautiful, our environment healthy. reduce watering and reduce or eliminate chemical use while variety of beautiful and interesting plants that can be used by simply landscaping with native plants, also known as Naturescaping. The Pacific Northwest has a spectacular to control erosion, increase stormwater infiltration, enhancing the aesthetics of your yard. You can make a dif ference