Plants collected from a foothills fescue prairie in Beauvais Lake Provincial Park. Our fescue grasslands have changed dramatically over the last 100 years. They are fragmented and in decline due to the cumulative effects of roadways, urbanization, cultivation, livestock grazing, petroleum, natural gas and other developments. In this work I am trying to bring attention to these disappearing grasslands and the abundant biodiversity found within them. Protected parks like Beauvais Lake Provincial Park help to ensure that these native grasslands continue to survive. Plants used in this work are: foothills rough fescue, yarrow, death camas, aster, northern bedstraw, bluebell, red paintbrush, shrubby cinquefoil, wild rose and saskatoon.