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Follow the Fellows!

The inaugural class of the Claire M. Hubbard Young Leaders in Conservation Fellowship Program Fellows are spending a year in Nebraska.  Read about their experiences!


September 04, 2013

By Chris Helzer

 Anne Stine and Eliza Perry joined us in early June as our first two Fellows, and have been enthusiastically soaking in the prairie life ever since.  Anne comes from northern Virginia, but just graduated with a Master’s of Science degree from Duke University.  Eliza is from Maine and completed a Bachelor’s degree from Bates College.

A Few Steps More for Foxtail Dalea by Anne Stine

Roundup Time by Eliza Perry

From the archives:

First Blog: Fun and Fellowship in the Platte Prairies

Second Blog: Weed Whacking with Konstantin

Third Blog: Carp Fishing

Fourth Blog: Photos by Eliza

 Fifth Blog: Why There is No Cookbook for Restoring and Managing Prairies

Sixth Blog: A Few of Anne's Favorite Bees

Seventh Blog: Why is Prairie Conservation Important?

Eighth Blog: Anne's Trip to Colorado

Ninth Blog: Seed Harvest Musings

Tenth Blog: Lobelias and Pollinators 

 Eleventh Blog: Conferences!

Moo-Muration by Eliza Perry

 


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Eastern Nebraska Program Director
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