Nancy Craft Coile

…were collected in Elbert County, Georgia. Frequent co-collectors included her spouse, Robert Coile, and her children, Danielle & Robbie Coile. Van Loan, Andrea (2002) Best Wishes Nancy Coile. Wildland Weeds…

Mary Williams Ward Shanor

…As a child, she adored her cousin and best friend, Jane Highsmith, as well as Jane’s brothers George Jr. and Charles Ward. She made all A’s in the Pender County…

Louis Hermann Pammel

…For the United States Forest Service, he made a study of grazing conditions in the Uintah Mountains, and did work on grasses of the Plains region for the U.S. Department…

Delzie Demaree

…for he had suffered a serious wound to a foot during action in France during World War I, and had been gassed during the same period of military service.2 He…

Kenneth Bryan Raper

…and the US National Fungus Collection (BPI). Kenneth Raper is best known for his work on Penicillium, the organism which produces the antibiotic Penicillin, as well as his work on…

Bruce Alexander Sorrie

…Sorrie’s “A Field Guide to Wildflowers of the Sandhills Region: North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia” B.S. in Vertebrate Zoology from Cornell University in 1967. “After military service as a photographer…

Restoring the Rare Sensitive Jointvetch

Sensitive jointvetch in bloom. Image courtesy of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Our conservation department is growing sensitive jointvetch (Aeschynomene virginica) for restoration at Lake Mattamuskeet, in cooperation with…

Joseph Austin Holmes

…William Willard Ashe, who became particularly well known as a forester in the North Carolina Geological Survey and later in the U.S. Forest Service, and John Simcox Holmes (not directly…