2023 Stan Hudson Research Grant Awardees

The Stan Hudson Research Grant is awarded annually for research aligned with the mission of the Missouri Native Plant Society. This year, the committee for the Stan Hudson Research Grant has selected two recipients from a wonderful pool of applicants. Daphne Miles is an undergraduate student at Missouri State University researching the effects of curly leaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus), an invasive aquatic species, on native aquatic vegetation. Sloane Scott is a graduate student at the University of Missouri studying pollinator habitat restoration in severely damaged wooded communities. Since Hudson Grant recipients present the results of their research at the Missouri Botanical Symposium, keep an eye out for these two up and coming researchers.     For more information about the Stan Hudson Research Grant, visit https://monativeplants.org/hudson-award/.  :

Hudson Award grantee Daphne Miles. 
Sloane Scott at one of the seeded plots at the Shawnee National Forest..
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