On my way to Savannah for Botany 2016

After a couple months of vegetation mapping fieldwork at Big Thicket National Preserve, I spent last night packing up my plant presses, floras, food, and field gear. Today, I’m on my way to Savannah, Georgia, for the Botany 2016 conference.

I’ll be giving a talk on Monday (you can see my abstract here); I will write a post about that later. I’ll also write something more detailed about the work we were doing in Big Thicket. But for now, here’s a sunset over the Neches River.

Bye Big Thicket. It’s been fun. So long and thanks for all the shrubs!


Incidentally, this is my first post in a long time… about three years. I’m going to try to start writing posts more regularly. We’ll see how that goes.

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