Plants

Barker, W. T. and Sedivec, K. K. Selected North Dakota and Minnesota range plants. Fargo, ND: North Dakota State University.

Barnard, E. S., Yates, S. F. (Eds.). (1998). North American wildlife wildflowers: A Reader’s Digest field guide.  New York: The Reader’s Digest Association, Inc.

Best, K. F., Looman, J., and Campbell, J. B. (1982). Prairie grasses identified and described by vegetative characters. Ottawa: Supply and Services Canada.

Braithwaite, M. (1970). The illustrated natural history of Canada: The western plains. Toronto: Natural Science of Canada Ltd.

Brown, L. (1979). Grasses: An identification guide. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company.

Denison, E. (1989). Missouri wildflowers. Fourth Edition.  Missouri: Missouri Department of Conservation.

Dickinson, R. & Royer, F. (1999). Weeds or the northern U.S. and Canada. Washington: Lone Pine Publishing.

Duke, J. A. and Foster, S. (1990). Peterson field guides: Eastern/central medicinal plants. New York, NY: Houghton Mifflin Company.

Entine, L and Nichols, S. (1996). Prairie primer. Environmental Issues Instruction.

Foster, S. (1991). Echinacea: Nature's immune enhancer. Rochester, VT: Healing Arts Press.

Great Plains Flora Association. (1986). Flora of the great plains.  Kansas: University of Kansas Press.

Henderson, C. L. (1987). Landscaping for wildlife. St. Paul, MN: Minnesota's Bookstore.

Hobbs, C. (1990). Echinacea: The immune herb. Santa Cruz, CA: Botanica Press.

Howarth, D., and Keane, K. (1995). Wild medicines of the prairies. Saskatchewan: Root Woman and Dave Publishers.

Johnson, J. R. and Larson, G. E. (1999). Grassland plants of South Dakota and the northern great plains. Brookings, SD: South Dakota State University.

Jowsey, J. R.; McLean, J. S.; Switzer, F. A. and Vance, F. R. (1999). Wildflowers of the northern great plains. Third Edition. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Joyce, J. (1990). Prairie grasslands guidebook: A management manual. Manitoba Department of Natural Resources.

Kannowski, P. B. (1989). Wildflowers of North Dakota. Grand Forks, ND: University of North Dakota Press.

Kindscher, K. (1987). Edible wild plants of the prairie: An ethnobotanical guide. Manhattan, KS: University of Kansas Press.

Kindscher, K. (1992). Medicinal wild plants of the prairie:  An ethnobotanical guide. Lawrence, KS. University Press of Kansas.

Kucera, C. L. "Tall Grass Prairie". Chapter 12 (pp. 227-268). In Ecosystems of the world 8A: Natural grasslands: Introduction and western hemisphere. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Kuhnlein, H. V., and Turner, N. J.. (1991). Traditional plant foods of Canadian indigenous peoples: Nutrition, botany, and use. Philadelphia: Gordon & Breach.

Kurz, D. (1997). Shrubs and woody vines of Missouri: Descriptions, detailed illustrations and uses in landscaping.  Missouri: Missouri Department of Conservation.

Kurtz, C. (1996). Iowa’s wild places. Iowa: Iowa State University Press and Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation.

Ladd, D. (1995). Tallgrass prairie wildflowers. Helena, MT: Falcon Press Publishing Co., Inc.

Looman, J. (1982). Prairie grasses: Identified and described by vegetative characters, 1413. Research Station, Swift Current, SK, Agriculture Canada.

Looman, J. (1982). Prairie grasses. Ottawa: Canadian Government Publishing Centre.

Looman, J. and Best, K. F. (1979). Budd's flora of the Canadian Prairie Provinces. Ottawa: Canadian Government Publishing Centre.

Lloyd, H. E. trans. Travels in the interior of North America. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1905.

Madson, J. And Oberle, F. (1993). Tallgrass prairie. Helena, MT: Falcon Press.

Media Projects, Inc., (Ed.). (1998). North American wildlife: Wildflowers. New York, NY: The Readers Digest Association, Inc.

Mirk, W. (1997). An introduction to the tallgrass prairie of the upper midwest: Its history, ecology, preservation and reconstruction.  Wisconsin: The Prairie Enthusiasts.

Moen, J. (1998). Managing your native prairie parcels. Regina, SK: Saskatchewan Wetland Conservation Corp.

Moerman, D. E. (1998). Native American ethnobotany. Oregon: Timber Press.

Mosquin, T. (1995). Canada's biodiversity. Ottawa: Canadian Museum of Nature.

Müller, M. (2000). Prairie in your pocket: A guide to plants of the tallgrass praire. Iowa: University of Iowa Press.

Newcomb, L. (1977). Newcomb's wildflower guide. Boston: Little, Brown, & Co.

Neiring, W.A., Olmstead, N.M. (1979) Audubon Society field guide to North American wildflowers, eastern region. New York, A. Knopf.

Peterson, L. A. (1977). Peterson field guides: Edible wild plants. New York, NY: Houghton Mifflin Company.

Peterson, R. T. and McKenny, M. (1968). Wildflowers: Northeastern/northcentral North America. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company.

Pielou, E. C. (1991). After the Ice Age: The return of life to glaciated North America. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Punter, E. (1995). Manitoba's vascular plants. Manitoba Conservation Data Centre.

Reaume, T. (1993). Manitoba's tall grass prairie; A field guide to an endangered space. Manitoba Naturalists Society.

Roosa, D. M. and Runkel, S. T. (1989). Wildflowers of the tallgrass prairie: The upper midwest. Iowa: Iowa State University Press.

Scoggan, H. J. (1957). Flora of Manitoba. National Museum of Canada Bulletin No. 140.

Shirley, S. (1994). Restoring the tallgrass prairie: An illustrated manual for Iowa and the Upper Midwest. Iowa: the Unverstity of Iowa Press.

Smith, J. R. (1980). The prairie garden: 70 native plants you can grow in town or country.  Wisconsin: The University of Wisconsin Press.

Stevens, O. A. (1963). Handbook of North Dakota plants. Fargo: North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies.

Stokes, D.&L. (1984). A guide to enjoying wildflowers. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co.

Teller, J. T. (Ed.) (1984). Natural heritage of Manitoba: Legacy of the Ice Age. Winnipeg: Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature.

Tester, J. R. (1995). Minnesota's natural heritage: An ecological perspective. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Turner, N. J. and Szczawinski, A. F. (1988). Edible wild fruits and nuts of Canada. Edible wild plant series, Vol.3. National Museum of Natural Sciences. Markham, ON: Fitzhenry and Whiteside.

Van Bruggen, T. (1983). Wildflowers, grasses and other plants of the northern plains and Black Hills. Interior SD: Badlands National Historical Association.

Vance, F. R., Jowsey, J. R., and McLean, J. S. (1984). Wildflowers of the northern Great Plains. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press

Vance, F.R., Jowsey, J.R., and McLean, J.S. (1993). Wildflowers across the prairies. Vancouver: Greystone.

Venning, F.D. (1984). Golden guide to field identification: Wildflowers of North America. Racine, WI: Western Publishing Co.

Vennum, T. J. R. (1988). Wild rice and the Ojibway People. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press.

Walters, C. (1999). Weeds: Control without poisons.  Louisiana: Acres U.S.A, Publishers.

Weaver, J. E., and Albertson, F. W. (1956). Grasslands of the Great Plains. Lincoln, NE: Johnsen Publishing Co.

Weaver, J. E. (1954). North American prairie. Lincoln, NE: Johnsen Publishing Co.

Young, K. (1993). Wild seasons: Gathering and cooking wild plants of the Great Plains. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.

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