Reversing regional extinction: Recovery of golden paintbrush in Oregon

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Tom Kaye,¬†Institute for Applied Ecology Golden paintbrush (Castilleja levisecta) is listed as threatened and has become regionally extinct in the southern portion of its range due to habitat conversion.¬† A few wild populations remain in Washington and British Columbia.¬† Efforts to conserve the species in Oregon have emphasized wild seed collection across multiple remnant WA […]

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