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Rose Creek Preserve

Rose Creek Preserve
Rose Creek Preserve

Rose Creek Preserve is considered to be the best remaining example of the aspen phase of the hawthorne-cow parsnip habitat type in the Columbia Plateau. The site is highly valuable for scientific research.

Location: Whitman County, WA

Year designated: 1984

Acres: 97

Ownership: Private

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Last Updated: June 28, 2012