I have begun to isolate environmental algae in an attempt to prove and “qualify” the methods that I am using to isolate single celled alga. In my apartment I have a coffee tree that I got free from the UVM […]
For Thanksgiving break I traveled to Hedgesville, West Virginia with my parents to visit family. This area of the United States is rich in war history and so there isn’t much to do except visit historical parks. […]
To get to my spot in Maryland I have to drive about 15 minutes from my house and park behind Rachel Carson’s old house. I then start hiking along the Northwest Branch River with my dog loping along in front of me. […]
After a six hour drive, I was finally home. A place I’ve always called home is along Seneca Lake. The spot I picked for a phenology spot is an old boat launch. This place is where I used to spend my […]
Over thanksgiving break, I was able to study the phenology of a pond near my Uncle’s house known as Bateman’s Pond. This pond is historic as it was one of the study sites of Henry David Thoreau. The pond is […]
This forested area has been my backyard for over 10 years, but I never before have I had the necessary skills to view it from an ecological standpoint.
When comparing this place with my spot in Centennial […]
I have never loved a piece of land as much as I love the fields behind my house. I grew up in their weeds, and played from sun up to sun down. I would come inside from a long day covered in dirt and fallen […]