Horn, Elizabeth L.

Elizabeth L. Horn began her study of the Northwest's wildflowers as a ranger-naturalist at Crater Lake National Park and botany instructor at Central Oregon Community College. Later, as director of the U.S. Forest Service's Cape Perpetua Visitor Center, Horn explored the rich plant life along the central Oregon coast. A native of Crown Point, Indiana, she holds a bachelor's degree in biology and a master's degree in plant ecology. Horn lives near West Yellowstone, Montana.

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