Kramer Prairie Ecological Reserve

The Kramer Prairie site is located about 10 miles south of Pullman, Washington, and is managed as an ecological reserve used for conducting teaching and research on native Palouse Prairie ecosystems. This prairie contains a wealth of blooming flowers in early to mid-spring, but because the site does not have suitable public access, its use is limited primarily to research use and special hosted tours, which can be arranged by contacting the arboretum.

[Palouse Prairie wild flowers blooming in spring on a hill top in the Kramer Prairie Ecological Reserve.]

For more information or to visit these sites: Contact the Arboretum