Palouse Prairie Foundation



The Palouse Prairie Foundation promotes preservation and restoration of the Palouse Prairie ecosystem.

Native Palouse Prairie vegetation has become extremely rare, in part because the fertile soils of the Palouse are so well suited to agriculture. In 2001, a group of local citizens concerned about preserving the remaining fragments of Palouse Prairie formed the Palouse Prairie Foundation (PPF). The PPF promotes the preservation and restoration of native Palouse Prairie in Latah and Whitman Counties.

We are always looking for volunteers from late spring - early fall to help with vegetation management efforts (invasive weed pulling, monitoring of rare and threatened species) at sites we oversee, including the pioneer Whelan Cemetery north of Pullman.  We also are looking for volunteers, or possible interns, to help us with our website/social media, and with event promotions and advertising. 

To learn more about volunteer opportunities please visit
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