Sandy Davis is an associate professor of biology at the University of Indianapolis who likes to invite local scientists to guest lecture during the semester. Davis recently invited Michael Homoya, botanist and plant ecologist for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, to talk about where the wild things are in the Hoosier state.
“I’ve had what I think is the best job one could possibly have: I get to see the wildest parts of Indiana,” Homoya said. “And, yes, there are some quite wild areas in Indiana, contrary to what you might think.”
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