A photo essay story about how Dr. Rachel Mallinger’s work with pollinators crosses paths with land conservation at Austin Cary Forest.
Rachel Mallinger is an assistant professor in the Department of Entomology and Nematology where she studies pollinator ecology and conservation. Out at Austin Cary Forest, Dr. Mallinger studies how land conservation practices, such as prescribed burning, impact native pollinators. University of Florida Agricultural Education and Communication graduate students- Chase Brannan and Wayne Hobbs- spent time with Dr. Mallinger to develop a photo essay about the work she does with Austin Cary Forest. Below you can find out more about Dr. Mallinger’s work through Brannan and Hobbs’ photo essays story.
Click here to visit Brannan and Hobbs’ Adobe Spark page to learn more about Dr. Mallinger and her work.
Brannan and Hobbs’ one-pager photo essay story about Dr. Mallinger and her pollinator ecology and conservation work. Click here to download