Appalachian State biology professor Howard Neufeld and graduate student Lauren Wood. She holds a device that uses solar power and a car battery to recharge computerized measuring equipment on a Christmas tree farm.
Appalachian State biology professor Howard Neufeld and graduate student Lauren Wood. She holds a device that uses solar power and a car battery to recharge computerized measuring equipment on a Christmas tree farm. Hannah Miller
Appalachian State biology professor Howard Neufeld and graduate student Lauren Wood. She holds a device that uses solar power and a car battery to recharge computerized measuring equipment on a Christmas tree farm. Hannah Miller

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