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Flora of the Yellowstone is a 408 page, full-color book by Author Whitney Tilt about Yellowstone's diverse vegetation.
All proceeds go to benefit the Gallatin Valley Land Trust and other conservation organizations.
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About the Book: FLORA OF THE YELLOWSTONE
The Greater Yellowstone Region is a land accented by wildflowers—from diminutive orchids to plants that flower once every 60 years. Taken together, their forms, colors and habits are diverse and compelling. Included here are more than 400 wildflowers, grasses, shrubs and trees readily found in the Greater Yellowstone Region, including Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
Designed for easy use, this guide presents a clear overview of each species, complete with photos and illustrations, botanical description, preferred habitats, and interesting tidbits on the plant’s ecology and cultural use. Species are organized by family, and a quick-reference guide in the front displays flowers and distinctive fruits by color.
Whether you are hiking, camping, enjoying a walk, or just driving through, Flora of the Yellowstone is the field guide to take along.
About the Author: WHITNEY TILT
Whitney Tilt serves as Director, Land & Wildlife Conservation for The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation and the Mountain Sky Guest Ranch in Emigrant, Montana. Throughout his career Whitney has focused on a wide range of conservation issues from Colorado River water allocations and black-footed ferret recovery to Asian tiger conservation and evaluation of federal fisheries programs. Whitney lives in Bozeman, Montana and is also a partner in High Country Apps LLC, developing interactive field guides for smart phones and tablets.
* All proceeds from the sale of this book will benefit Gallatin Valley Land Trust (See "About GVLT" Tab)
About the Charity: GALLATIN VALLEY LAND TRUST
For 25 years the Gallatin Valley Land Trust has been building community trails and conserving working farms and ranches, wildlife habitat, and rivers and streams. GVLT is working hard to protect the things that make this place so special, for today, for tomorrow, for forever. Find out more at www.gvlt.org.