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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

Salem Publications

Books for Sale

Phaeocollybia of Pacific Northwest North America

Phaeocollybia of Pacific Northwest North America700 KB (PDF)

Ordering Information

Call 503-375-5646 for additional information or to order by phone using Visa or Mastercard.

To order by mail, send a $71 (USD) check or money order to: Salem Bureau of Land Management, c/o Phaeocollybia publication, 1717 Fabry Road SE, Salem, Oregon 97306 USA. Note: shipping is included in the price.

Ramaria of the Pacific Northwestern United States

Ordering Information

Call 503-375-5646 for additional information or to order by phone using Visa or Mastercard.

To order by mail, send a $27 (USD) check or money order to: Salem Bureau of Land Management, c/o Ramaria of the Pacific Northwestern publication, 1717 Fabry Road SE, Salem, Oregon 97306 USA. Note: shipping is included in the price.

Books Available for Download

Lost Prairie Area of Critical Environmental Concern Guidebook

This guidebook describes the prominent biological and environmental features of Lost Prairie, a 24.28-ha (60-ac) tract located within the Oregon Coast Range, Lincoln County, Oregon. Special features include a 8.5-ha (21-ac) montane fen, and populations of six rare species including: three vascular plant species, two lichens, and one moss.

Lost Prairie Area of Critical Environmental Concern Guidebook1.74 MB (PDF)

Saddle Bag Mountain Research Natural Area Guidebook

This guidebook describes the Saddle Bag Mountain Research Natural Area, a 121-ha (300-ac) tract established to represent an old-growth remnant of Pacific silver fir (Abies amabilis) and western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla) forest in the Oregon Coast Range

Saddle Bag Mountain Research Natural Area Guidebook1.6 MB (PDF)

Forest Peak Research Natural Area Guidebook

This guidebook describes the Forest Peak Research Natural Area (RNA), a 62.8-ha (153.3-ac) tract containing a mature Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) forest and a grass bald within the Willamette Valley Foothill Ecoregion.

Forest Peak Research Natural Area Guidebook902 KB (PDF)

Grass Mountain Research Natural Area Guidebook

This guidebook describes the Grass Mountain Research Natural Area, a 377-ha (931-ac) tract in the Oregon Coast Range. The area supports a grass bald complex surrounded by stands dominated by noble fir (Abies procera) and/or Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) in the overstory, and western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla) in the understory.

Grass Mountain Research Natural Area Guidebook1.9 MB (PDF)

Little Sink Research Natural Area Guidebook

This guidebook describes the Little Sink Research Natural Area, a 32.38-ha (80-ac) tract occupying an area of geologically unstable marine siltstone exhibiting natural geomorphic disturbances including landslides, slump benches, scarps, basins and ponds.

Little Sink Research Natural Area Guidebook2 MB (PDF)

BLM EcoSurvey Field User Guide

This guide is intended for field use with a handheld data recorder and follows the format of the 1995 Forest Survey Handbook that was developed for the previous Attebury Stand Exam Program.

BLM EcoSurvey Field User Guide2.7 MB (PDF)

Posters Available for Download

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Ramaria of Pacific Northwest North America

Ramaria of Pacific Northwest North America3.5 KB (PDF)

Western Ramaria Identification Guide

Western Ramaria Identification Guide3.5 KB (PDF)