A Region Blurring Past & Present

By Deborah Block

A farmer pulls a tiller along a hill near Almota Grade, southwest of Colfax, Washington, in the Palouse Country. Farmers in the Palouse use dry land farming techniques and depend on only the rain to nourish their crops of wheat, barley, mustard, beans, canola and other grains.

Landscape, travel and nature photographer Randall Roberts may be best known for his work photographing areas of Colorado, the Rocky Mountain West, and New Mexico. Says Robert, “My goal is to capture moments in the outdoors that speak to the heart and renew our respect for wild places.” With a love for the outdoors and helping preserve links to our cultural past, Robert recently turned to Lattice, our new storytelling platform, to share his story on the Palouse region of Eastern Washington. Robert’s Lattice board, Palouse Country, shares his perspective of the region, which …read more

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