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Maegen Rochner receives the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation’s Student Research Grant

Ph.D. student, Maegen Rochner, receives the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation’s Student Research Grant for her research “promotes the conservation of whitebark pine and other high elevation five needle white pine ecosystems through education, restoration, management, and research.” For more about the WPEF, please visit http://whitebarkfound.org/. Only one such award is granted by the WPEF each year.

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