Wyoming Sage

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A shrub commonly found up to 7,000 ft. in elevation throughout the western United States. Depending on the type, it may be as short as 8 inches or as tall as 12 ft. It has been important to Native Americans as medicine, a source of yellow dye, and fuel for fire. Palatability is generally poor for livestock, but provides moderate palatability and valuable cover for wildlife.


Dry gravely slopes, Rangelands, Roadsides


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