I know what you did this summer: slideshow of "bug camp" on LSA home page
Thursday, August 30, 2012
Since 1909, students and faculty have headed up to LSA’s Biological Station for both coursework and field research. Often affectionately called “bug camp” by visitors, the Bio-station sits among 10,000 contiguous acres in Pellston, Michigan. Take a glimpse at what students studying ethnobotany did this summer—from cooking up cattail stems to making baskets out of bark. Several EEB students are included: Anna Arias, graduate student and undergraduate EEB concentrators Tatia Bauer and Hunter Stier.
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