Peggy-Ann Wetmore Kessler Duke

…Connor. 2021. Remembering Peggy-Ann Wetmore Kessler Duke. HerbalEGram, issue 9. https://www.herbalgram.org/resources/herbalegram/volumes/volume-18/issue-9-september-2021/news-and-features-1/peggy-duke-obituary/ accessed on 26 July 2022 3. Obituary, Peggy-Ann Kessler Duke. https://www.goinghomecares.com/obituaries/Peggy-Ann-Kessler-Duke?obId=20619090 accessed on 26 July 2022.      …

Lichen Updates: new name and new county records

By Carol Ann McCormick, Curatrix, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium (NCU) In a recent e-newsletter article Herbarium Associate Gary Perlmutter described finding Crimson Frosted Palmetto Lichen (Arthonia…

James Everard Benedict, Jr.

…throughout the southeastern United States. The earliest specimen that we have found to date is Rudbeckia umbrosa collected in 1923 from Montgomery County, Maryland, while the latest we have found…

Land Rich, Cash Poor

…$117.31 in its bank account. Humble beginnings for a Foundation that today has over 3,400 members and a $4.8 million permanent endowment providing $230,000 in investment income to the Garden…

Entrance Walk Under Construction

A rendering of the future Bob and Molly Broad Entrance Walk. Day one of construction. We broke ground today on the new Bob and Molly Broad Entrance Walk! If you…

Potting Volunteer Group

…wild by providing a supply of these same species for sale to the public. Along with several private nurseries, this model continues to flourish today and has taken some pressure…

Library

…of these books that are being catalogued. Private individuals continue to donate their pertinent books to the library. Today all of NCBG’s library books are divided between the Sarah Fore…

Samuel Mills Tracy

…to Ryan P. Semmes, Asst. Archivist at Mississippi State University.6 Tracy retired as the Experiment Station director in 1897. Today the Mississippi Agricultural & Forestry Experiment Station (MAFES) in Starkville…

Dan Meyers – 2018 Mary McKee Felton Intern

…Carolina State University campus dormitories…[and learn] about natural resources and their management in today’s global environment.” His mycological interests were reinforced when he found fairy rings of Chlorophyllum molybdites in…