I had never left northwest Arkansas and my family for the summer before, but I felt comfortable knowing I was coming to the Noble Research Institute, which is known for its family-oriented workplace.
After an all too eventful expedition to the faraway land of Texas, the team felt that a reprieve from any similar action was necessary.
A woman who works at Watoto's Fabrication Center has a brother who is soon to be married and thought it would be fun for me to see a traditional Ugandan wedding celebration.
From my first week at the Noble Research Institute, I’ve been growing and taking care of several flats of Setaria viridis, more commonly known as green foxtails.
The past couple of weeks I've had the opportunity to help deliver food from the farm to the villages.
Water is a significant resource for any land manager, and its presence increases plant diversity that requires management.
The Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin, Texas, is a famous home to approximately 1.5 million bats during the summer months, and every night at sunset, crowds gather to watch the nocturnal animals swarm out from their nests beneath the bridge.
After my time in the north, I came back to Kampala and quickly got started helping with the different farm activities going on at Watoto.
One of my projects while interning with the Noble Research Institute was a "mob," or high stock density grazing, simulation.