Native Grassland studies and publications of Craig C. Dremann,
The Reveg Edge, Box 609, Redwood City, California 94064 (650) 325-7333

in chronological order, published in GRASSLANDS, the journal of the
California Native Grass Association, P.O Box 72405, Davis, CA 95617
and in other Journals.

Copies of GRASSLANDS can be found in a few of California's university libraries.


1. Dremann, Craig C. and Sue Dremann. 1993. In search of Native grass ecotypes in the San Francisco Bay Area, Part 1: Let's find the edges & extent of the ecotype puzzle; Setting up the Study. GRASSLANDS 3 (3) 1-4.

2. Dremann, Craig C. 1993. Prairie Relic Finder: Lynn's Prairie. GRASSLANDS 3 (4) 8

3. Dremann, Craig C. and Sue Dremann. 1994. In search of native grass ecotypes in the San Francisco Bay area, Part two: Environmental influences that create ecotypes and some morphological measurements. GRASSLANDS 4 (1) 3-6.

4. Dremann, Craig C. 1994. Relic Prairie Finder: Benicia Prairie. GRASSLANDS 4 (3) 4-5

5. Dremann, Craig C. 1994. Historical Notes: Observations of Joseph Burtt Davy (1902). GRASSLANDS 4 (4) 3

6. Dremann, Craig C. 1994. Relic Prairie Finder: Fifteen prairies visited by Dr. James Barry in 1971. GRASSLANDS 4 (4) 4

7. Dremann, Craig C. 1994. Fire protection of Nodding Needlegrass by Great Valley Gumplant. GRASSLANDS 4 (4) 4

8. Dremann, Craig C. 1995. Craig's "Keepers of the Relics" Ecotype Directory: California's native grass seed commercially reproduced and sold as ecotypes spring 1995. GRASSLANDS 5 (1) 5-8

9. Dremann, Craig C. 1995. Purple Needlegrass---Great for roadsides, around the home, and the lowest in fire hazard, but there's not enough forage for the cows! GRASSLANDS 5 (2) 8 [chart missing and printed in 5 (3) 13]

10. Dremann, Craig C. 1995. Bromus Carinatus & Elymus glaucus storage, longevity, genetic changes and ecotypical variations. GRASSLANDS 5 (3) 2-5

11. Dremann, Craig C. 1995. Grasses of European origin and their impact upon California bunchgrass. GRASSLANDS. 5 (3) 7, 10

12. Dremann, Craig C. 1995. Star thistle control with grasses (California) GRASSLANDS 5 (3) 10

13. Dremann, Craig C. 1995. Relic prairie finder: The world's skinniest prairie. GRASSLANDS 5 (3) 10-11

14. Dremann, Craig C. 1996. Honoring the elders: the story of Alan Ackerman Beetle. GRASSLANDS 6 (1) 4-5

15. Dremann, Craig C. 1996. Honoring the elders: The people that gave the California Grasses their names. GRASSLANDS 6 (2) 1-4

16. Dremann, Craig C. 1996. Native Grass ecotypes and their revolutionary implications foe geneticists, biodiversity, conservation, taxonomy, evolutionary sciences, and ecological restoration in California. GRASSLANDS 6 (4) 7-12

17. Dremann, Craig C. 1997. Grasslands notes and observations: Dr. G. Ledyard Stebbins publications available. GRASSLANDS 7 (1) 10

18. Dremann, Craig C. 1997. Vegetation mapping of Mojave desert grassland completed. GRASSLANDS 7 (3) 1-2

19. Dremann, Craig C. 1998. Genetic fingerprinting: An under-utilized tool for native grass restoration. GRASSLANDS 8 (1) 4

20. Stebbins, G. Ledyard and Craig C. Dremann. 1998. Jepson Manual chromosome numbers may indicate new "cryptic" native grass species. GRASSLANDS 8 (3) 4-5

21. Stebbins, G. Ledyard, ed. Craig C. Dremann. 1998. Elymus glaucus: a collection of polyploid cryptic species. GRASSLANDS 8 (4) 3, 11.

22. Stebbins, G. Ledyard and Craig C. Dremann. 1999. One hundred and forty of California's native grasses. GRASSLANDS. in press.



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Article topics index..article#

Authors of species names .......15
Barry (1971) observations .......6
Beetle, Alan A. ................14
Bromus carinatus ...............10
commercial ecotype producers ....8
Davy (1902) observations ........5
ecological restoration..........23
ecotypes .................1, 3, 16
Elymus glaucus .............10, 21
European grasses ...............11
genetic fingerprinting .........19
gumplant ........................7
Mojave grasslands ..............18
Needlegrass, nodding ............7
Needlegrass, purple .............9
new species ....................20
patents.........................23
prairie relics ...........2, 4, 13
species, 140 Californian .......22
species, cryptic ...........20, 21
starthistle control ............12
Stebbins, G. L. publications ...17