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Native Plant: Propagation and Restoration Strategies

December 12-13, 2001. Oregon State University. Western Forestry and Conservation Association. Nursery Technology Cooperative. Coordinators and Editors: Robin Rose and Diane L. Haase.

Native Plant: Propagation and Restoration Strategies
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Keynote: Common Ground and Controversy in Native Plant Restoration: The SOMS Debate, Source Distance, Plant Selection, and Restoration-Oriented Definition of Native
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Genetic Considerations for Grassland Restoration in Oregon's Willamette Valley
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Techniques and Considerations for Native Plant Seed Collection
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Some Procedures for Dormancy Break and Germination of Difficult Seeds
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Forb Seed Production and J.H. Stone Nursery
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Opportunities to Improve Ectomycorrhizal Colonization within a Nursery Inoculation Program
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Propagation Successes, Failures and Lessons Learned
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Native Plant and Seed Production for High Elevation Restoration: Growing high elevation species in a northern plains desert
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Growing and Managing Site Specific Plants in the Nursery
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Considerations in the Propagation of Rare Plants
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The Target Seedling Concept: The First Step in Growing or Ordering Native Plants
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Propagation Protocol Database on the Native Plant Network
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Native Plant Garden: Practices and Recommendations
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Partnerships in Restoration and Education in Glacier National Park
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Biology, Ecology, and Management of Invasive Plants
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Techniques used to Restore Puget Prairie Communities and Rare Plant Habitats
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Bio-Structural Erosion Control: Incorporating Vegetation in Engineering Designs to Protect Puget Sound Shorelines
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Native Shrubs as a Supplement to the Use of Willows as Live Stakes and Fascines in Western Oregon and Western Washington
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The Watershed Revegetation Program: Lesson Learned From Large Scale Native Plant Propagation
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Geomorphic Aspects of Riparian Area Revegetation and Environmentally Sensitive Streambank Stabilization
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