our family of apple experts & enthusiasts

 
 

Leadership team

A group of science, education, and outreach experts learning about apples as fast as they possibly can.

 
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Katharine Suding
EBIO faculty
CU-Boulder

Ecology

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Lisa Corwin
EBIO faculty
CU-Boulder
Education

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Amy Dunbar-Wallis
Research Associate
CU-Boulder

Outreach

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Amelia Brackett
Graduate student
CU-Boulder
Environmental history

Deidre Jaeger
Graduate student
CU-Boulder

Urban ecology

Irfanul Alam
Graduate student
CU-Boulder

Physiology, Phenology

 
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Christopher Smith
Graduate student
CU-Boulder

Genetics

 

 

Faculty & Staff

Educators & experts sharing the Boulder Apple Tree Project with young scientists across the front range.

 

Front Range Community College

Laura Baumgartner
Instructor
Microbiology 

Paige Littman
Instructor
Biology

Maggie Richards
Instructor
Botany

CU-boulder

Thomas Andrews
HIST faculty
Environmental history

Carol Wessman
EBIO/ENVS faculty
Landscape ecology

Nolan Kane
EBIO faculty
Genomics

Tess Additon
EBIO greenhouse manager
Horticulture

 

 

Community Partners

The apple & cultivation experts.

 

Megan Bowes
City of Boulder
Ecologist

Deryn Davidson
CSU Extension
Horticulture

Brant Clark
Widespread Malus
Apple cultivation

Eric Johnson
Widespread Malus
Apple cultivation

Gayle Volk
USDA Agricultural Research Station
Horticulture

Katy Waechter
City of Boulder Open Space
Cultural Resources

With special thanks to the CU Research and Innovation Office for providing seed funding and to Growing Gardens, the Agricultural Heritage Center for Boulder County, and the Museum of Boulder for hosting events and trees.

 

Want to join our apple family?