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Grad students visit Shindagin Hollow

From graduate student Vinay Pagay:

Chair Marvin Pritts took a group of horticulture graduate students to Shindagin Hollow State Forest on Friday, May 20, for an afternoon hike to observe some natural vegetation — trees, shrubs, and wildflowers, many of which were in bloom then. It was a fun and educational afternoon for all of us, and the wildflowers were wonderful. (See the wall of trilliums below.)

Pritts (left) with grad students.

exploring Shindagin Hollow


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