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   THE MARION OWNBEY HERBARIUM

   Located in the Pacific Northwest, this herbarium has over 350,000
   specimens of vascular and nonvascular plants. The collection
   specializes on species from the PNW, but also includes specimens from
   other geographic regions. Also available is a good collection of
   plant photographs in their native environments.

      http://www.wsu.edu/~wsherb/

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   TWO RAINY SIDE GARDENERS

   Dedicated to the Pacific Northwest (PNW) gardener! The focus is
   gardening in the maritime sections of the Northwest. If you live in
   western British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, or northernmost
   California you are in this unique climate. It's a great place to
   garden, but it can also be challenging. Rainy Side helps conquer the
   challenges with articles, regional resources and a user friendly
   forum where PNW gardeners exchange ideas. Come join the Rainy Side
   Gardeners -- we are all family!

      http://www.rainyside.com/


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