John Tuxill

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You’re seeing more fallen trees, branches in Whatcom. It wasn’t the windstorm

John Tuxill, an ethnobotanist and associate professor at Western Washington University’s Fairhaven College, said local trees struggled to survive the early summer heatwave that sent temperatures soaring above 100 degrees. “Part of what we’re seeing now is the aftermath of that heat dome at the…

Western faculty to lead study abroad program in Cuba this winter 2016-10-05
Plants invade arboretum: Interns needed to map the intruders

Invasive plant species have been a problem in the Sehome Arboretum for several years and a summer student internship is being proposed to survey and map the invasive plant population.

In the Sehome Arboretum invasive plants including English Holly, Ivy and Vinca take over several native…

Tuxill studies Mayan farming systems in Mexico 2011-08-09
Fairhaven students hit the field in search of learning 2011-05-27
Human ecology conference is big success at WWU 2008-10-02
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