I Know What You Did This Summer
August 9, 2012 | by Alicia Farmer
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.
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