The Stillinger Herbarium often compiles checklists of plants for popular local areas. These lists are valuable tools for use by the botanically interested public, as well as land managers interested in knowledge of species occurrence.
In addition, county-level checklists for the entire Pacific Northwest can be compiled from our specimen database. These checklists are dynamically generated from specimen records in the Consortium of Pacific Northwest Herbaria database. They should not be considered complete county floras. Although our database holdings are extensive, there are still many gaps at the county level. You can help us fill the gaps by collecting and donating specimens to an herbarium in our region.
A checklist of the vascular flora of the Selkirk Mountains of northern Idaho, covering ~886 square miles from the Canadian border south to the Pend Oreille River. This list synthesizes fieldwork by University of Idaho graduate student Harpo Faust with historical herbarium collections.
With less than one percent remaining, the Palouse Prairie ecosystem is one of the most threatened and endangered ecosystems in our area. Using data from our collections, the following list was compiled to assist in Palouse Prairie restoration activities on campus.
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The Consortium of Pacific Northwest Herbaria was created in 2007 to bring together regional herbaria and provide an online portal to access the wealth of existing and emerging information about the flora of the Pacific Northwest.
Kamiak Butte is a county park located in Whitman County between the towns of Palouse and Pullman in Eastern Washington, near the border of Idaho. It is named after Chief Kamiakin of the Yakama tribe and is a popular hiking and picnic area in the Palouse.
Little North Fork of the Clearwater River
The Little North Fork of the Clearwater River is located in the subalpine country of Shoshone and Clearwater Counties in Idaho and is popular with kayakers, campers and hikers.
Flora, Oregon, is appropriately named as the vicinity offers a rich and unique spring vegetation. Located on the Grande Ronde River, it is a popular recreational spot in northeastern Oregon.