Diane Elizbeth Wickland

…the 1994 Field Year. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 76(9):1549-1577. Wickland, D. 1994. Terrestrial Ecology Interests in a Brazilian Study. Revista Brasileira de Geofisica 12(1): 29-31. Bolle, H.-J., J.-C….

HT FAQS

…skill development, creative expression, sensory stimulation, intellectual and personal growth, social interaction, a sense of productivity and self-satisfaction and a spiritual connection with life. Therapeutic horticulture is low-cost, effective, and…

John R. Bozeman

…was very handy with tools. In fact, if doing something more efficiently necessitated a gadget of some sort, he would simply make it, and at little or no cost to…

Loan & Accession Policy

…custody and return of the specimens. Loans are made without charge or service fee; it is expected that the borrowing institution will pay the costs of return shipment. Specimens must…

Tree Cores Come to the Herbarium

…images of each core and its label for the online catalog of herbarium specimens, sernecportal.org. These tree cores have joined our existing collection of specimens from the Gulf Islands National…

Carolina Community Garden

…Orange County Master Gardener James Holman, Housekeeping- Third Shift, Employee Forum Delegate Mandy Monroe, CCG Garden Assistant Joanna Massey Lelekacs, North Carolina Botanical Garden Claire Lorch, Carolina Campus Community Garden…

Samuel McCutchen Bain

…Carl Nordman. 2002. Helianthus verticillatus Small (Asteraceae) Rediscovered and Redescribed. Castanea 67(1) 13-24. 2. Ancestry.com. 1910 United States Federal Census [database online]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. 2006. Year:…

James Arthur Doubles, Jr.

…Coker and John Nathaniel Couch. The title of his doctoral thesis was “A taxonomic study of the Myxomycetes of North Carolina.” 1 Myxomycete specimen collected by James Arthur Doubles, Jr….

Work from Home Work-Study Students

When Carolina shifted to all on-line classes at the end of Spring Break due to Covid-2019, we faced the challenge of how to keep our loyal and hard-working Work-Study Students…