Recovery Strategies

Recovery Strategy for Forked Three-awned Grass (Aristida basiramea) in Canada

The Endangered Forked Three-awned Grass, also called Ice Age Grass, (Aristida basiramea) is an annual grass found in dry, open, acidic sand barrens, but the species will exploit weedy habitats associated with these sites, such as roadside ditches and old fields. It is highly intolerant of shading and competition from other plants.

Consultation period: 2006-11-30 to 2007-01-29

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Gary Allen
Species Conservation Specialist
Species Conservation and Management, Natural Resource Conservation
Parks Canada Agency
1800 Walkley Road
Ottawa, ON
K1A 0M5
Tel: 613-993-2125
Fax: 613-993-9796
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