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Intern Diaries saboranch on 07 Dec 2009 05:40 pm

Sabo Ranch Intern Diary – Rebecca Kurnick

Rebecca Kurnick preparing a lunch for locavores

Rebecca Kurnick preparing a lunch for locavores

 

 

October 4, 2009

 

My name is Rebecca Kurnick, I am originally from rural Lovell, Maine.  I came to Montana to study Soil and Water Science at MSU in Bozeman.  I have been fortunate enough to work with the Sabos part time over the summer and full time through this fall. Nutrition and whole body health plays a large role in my interest in spending time at the Sabo Ranch.  In the past few months I have learned more than I have in any similar amount of time in a conventional school experience.  Of course many variables go into that fact including the type of learner I am and the subject matter.  Many humbling experiences have acted as a catalyst, fueling my desire to develop the widest base of knowledge, absorbing as much information as I can.  This is the first of a number of logs that chronicle the next two months of my involvement at the ranch.  Over the last couple of weeks I have been keeping a record of milk production in Cupcake, a full blood Jersey cow.  This record will influence each log along with other thoughts on my day-to-day work on the ranch.

 

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