Echinacea project summer field researchers

Every summer the Echinacea project provides employment and internships for undergraduate students, recent graduates, graduate students, and others starting or expanding their science or conservation careers. Our summer researchers receive training, gain skills, and get much and diverse experience. In turn, summer field researchers contribute immensely to the project. We accomplish a lot every summer.

The crew from summer 2010 The crew from summer 2010
Some photos from 2010. Click to enlarge

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The crew from summer 2010 The crew from summer 2010
Some photos from 2010. Click to enlarge
The crew from summer 2009 The crew from summer 2009
Some photos from 2009. Click to enlarge


The crew from summer 2008 The crew from summer 2008
Some photos from 2008. Click to enlarge

The crew from summer 2007 The crew from summer 2007 The crew from summer 2007
Some photos from 2007. Click to enlarge


The crew from summer 2006 U: Hattie, Per, Stuart, Laura, Rachel, Andrea, and Jennifer, L: Gretel, Rachel, and Aki Vegetation surveys require intense concentration. Oh no, you have a hawthorn in your plot. I think my contact lens is around here. The crew from summer 2006, L to R: Andrea, Christina, Jennifer, Rachel, Aki, Rachel, Laura, and Gretel.
Some photos from 2006. Click to enlarge



Stuart, Kelly, Kellie, Will, Jennifer, Kory, Helen, Gretel, and in front Per & Hattie. Oh no, you have a hawthorn in your plot.
Some photos from 2005. Click to enlarge



F: Steph, Andra, Helen, and Per, R: Jens, Katie, Gretel, Hattie, and Stuart. Helen and Steph measuring plants in the common garden.
Some photos from 2004. Click to enlarge



Stuart, Jennifer, Nancy, and Rachel. Taking data at the LF. Survey Team.
Some photos from 2003. Click to enlarge



Sarina and
Monica. Melissa and Andrea.
Some photos from 2002. Click to enlarge