Stewart Wechsler

Unido: 12.nov.2017 Última actividad: 25.ene.2020

Since 1996 I've been working to learn the identification, and habitats, as well as I can, of as many of the species I can, of what I now call the Georgia-Puget Trough, the lowlands under maybe 2,500' and generally above the high tide mark, from the Straight of Georgia to the Puget Sound. I make this ecologically, rather than politically bounded natural community my specialty. I probably know the vascular plants the best, but you can ask me about any group. I make some effort, at least in my West Seattle park, to apply that knowledge to the protection, and recovery, of the natural wealth, and natural beauty, of my natural community, as it might have been before the commercialization of our species, and the degradation of the wealth and beauty of the world that followed.

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