At NWREC since: April, 2013
Duties: Amanda works in the berry crops production/physiology research program in the Department of Horticulture and at the NWREC (led by Dr. Bernadine Strik). She establishes and manages organic and conventional berry crop research plantings and works on collaborative research projects at the NWREC and at grower cooperator sites.
Research Interests: Physiology of perennial fruit crops and sustainable production methods
Education: B.S. Biology (Warren Wilson College, 2006), M.S. Horticulture (OSU, 2012)
Home Town: Salem, OR