Readers of The Prairie Ecologist blog will be familiar with posts from Anne Stine, a recent Hubbard Fellow who has moved to Texas to work with the Xerces Society. Anne has started her own blog now, and I think many of you will enjoy it. Here is a link to a recent post about keeping track of prairie plants she sees. She has some very nice photographs to accompany her thoughtful writing. I encourage you to subscribe to her blog if you like what you see.
Anne Stine, harvesting seeds as a Hubbard Fellow with The Nature Conservancy. Anne is now working for the Xerces Society, based in Fort Worth, Texas. She’s helping to plan and create pollinator habitat throughout the Great Plains.
Chris, I’m no scientist, but as her dad I can tell that Anne got so much from being a Hubbard Fellow; I’m excited as can be about her career. :)
I hope so. It was great having her here.
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