Sevie Kenyon stopped by the Peninsular Ag Research Station a week ago to take some photos of the cherry harvest for a new publication on the research stations. He also brought back samples of the bounty so that his colleagues in the CALS External Affairs office could do a little research for the project. We can’t share the research results—the pies, cobbler and cherry bounce have been consumed—but seeing the photos is almost as good. Help yourself.This entry was posted in Highlights by . Bookmark the permalink.
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