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Category Archives: Hubbard Fellowship
This post was written (and illustrated) by Evan Barrientos, one of our Hubbard Fellows back in 2015-2016. Evan now works for The Nature Conservancy in Oregon as a monitoring and outreach assistant. When I worked for The Nature Conservancy near … Continue reading
This post was written by Katharine Hogan, one of our Hubbard Fellows. Katharine is multifaceted and very talented – exactly the kind of person we like having in our Fellowship program. I used to be a fairly prolific artist. … Continue reading
This post was written by Evan Barrientos, a Hubbard fellow during 2015 and 2016. Evan is currently working for The Nature Conservancy in Oregon. (This is a post that I wrote in January 2016 while during my Fellowship but didn’t … Continue reading
This post was written by Eric Chien, one of our Hubbard Fellows. Eric comes from Minnesota and brings great energy to our prairie stewardship work. He’s also very bright, and an engaging writer, as you’ll see in this and other … Continue reading
On Wednesday of this week, we took advantage of the eerily warm November temperatures to conduct our second prescribed fire of the fall. This one will help concentrate some spring grazing in an area where we want to suppress grass … Continue reading
This post was written by Katharine Hogan, one of our two current Hubbard Fellows. The photo is hers as well. Katharine has shown to be an introspective thinker and writer, in addition to a curious and hard-working member of our … Continue reading
This post is written by Katharine Hogan, one of our Hubbard Fellows. Katharine hails from Vermont, but came to us with broad experience from across much of the country and a strong interest in restoration ecology. As you can tell … Continue reading
This post was written by Evan Barrientos, one of our Hubbard Fellows from June 2015 through May 2016. He’s working for Montana State University Extension now, but has returned to write a follow up post on the topic of his … Continue reading
This post is by Eric Chien, one of our 2016-17 Hubbard Fellows. Eric hails from Minnesota, with an undergraduate education from Bowdoin College in Maine. He has a strong background in prairie management, and hopefully a bright future in that … Continue reading
Many of you have followed this blog enough to be familiar with our Hubbard Fellowship program and the experiences they’ve had with us during the last several years. In June, our fourth pair of Fellows, Katharine and Eric, joined us here … Continue reading