OregonFlora, an Oregon State University-based organization devoted to the state’s plants, has launched a revamped website that makes its database of over 4,700 plant species that grow in the wild in Oregon more broadly accessible.

“This really opens up the world of Oregon plants to everybody, not just scholars,” said Linda Hardison, director of Oregon Flora and a research assistant professor at in the Department of Botany and Plant Pathology at Oregon State. “It makes plant information accessible to anybody who is curious.”

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