WHERE IS THE INLAND NORTHWEST?
Typically the Inland Northwest is defined as the eastern half of Washington and northern Idaho, although some definitions include the entire state of Idaho, eastern Oregon and the western half of Montana. This rugged and varied landscape includes everything from sagebrush steppe deserts to moist western red cedar dominant forests and everything in between. Poor Farm Publishing is located in the Palouse region of eastern Washington/northern Idaho. The Palouse is not only the pea and lentil capital of the world, it is the home of precious little populations of native Palouse Prairie, of which less than 1% remains. Many of the photographs you'll find here were taken on the Palouse and nearby Clearwater National Forest, but you'll also find plants from southern Idaho and eastern Washington.