At Thorn Creek Native Farm we strive to educate all who are interested in our native prairie ecosystem. Here are some resources we find useful to help us learn about restoring and protecting our regional native plant communities and wildlife.
Places to visit
Thorn Creek Native Seed Farm would never have gotten off the ground without the expertise, time shared, support and direction from the members of the Palouse Prarie Foundation. Thank you for your past and continued guidance! A special thank you to Dave Skinner and Trish Heekin.
Photos without credits listed are taken by us. The professional quality photos are produced from artists we have become acquainted with over the years. We are very thankful for the support the following photo and video artists have given us at Thorn Creek Native Seed Farm. We appreciate their friendship as well as their artistic abilities.
Jan Boles, Caldwell ID
Photos on About Us, Products, Farm News and Contact Us page banners
Photos are from the “Sustaining Change on the American Farm: An Artist/ Farmer Exchange” project funded the American Farm Land Trust and the Maryhill Museum of Art. Jan Bole and Wayne & Jacie Jensen were paired together in the exchange.
Alison Meyer, North ID
Banner on “Why Plant Natives” page and photo “Wildflowers on Paradise Ridge” on About Us page.
Gerry Queener, Troy ID
Individual photos of regional wildflowers
Bruce Reichert and Pat Metzler
“Palouse Paradise”, an Outdoor Idaho program on Idaho Public Television www.idahoptv.org/outdoors/shows/palouseparadise/index.cfm
1461 Thorn Creek Road, Genesee, Idaho 83832