The Beaver Creek Reserve and Blugold biology majors are once again proving to be a perfect match. Allison Ban-Herr is a member of this dream team, which is taking on invasive plant species found in north-central Wisconsin. It's a win-win — natural environments in western Wisconsin are beautifully maintained and Blugolds get amazing hands-on experiences. Watch the video to hear more about Allison's internship this summer.
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