We, well, most of us, headed out to the Hjelm House to assess phenology in the Common Garden. Those that were not there were out in the remnants/preserves working on individual projects. Shona went out at Hegg Lake to perform some angustifolia and pallida crosses. Maria also went out to Hegg where she looked at dicanthelium. Once Common Garden phenology was finished, Andrew worked on his pollinator efficiency experiment. Kelly and Lydia headed out to a few remnants to do phenology and assess within-remnant crosses, respectively. Lydia had a few crosses that were entirely successful as well as some ambiguous results.
The afternoon was fairly relaxing and comprised of a trip into Alexandria, laundry, frisbee, and playing with Felix, the new kitten.