Collaborative Research: The GA-VSC Herbaria Collaborative: Phase I of a Statewide Consortium. National Science Foundation, Biological Research Collections, Award #1054366, $199,336; 2011-2013.
Status Survey of Lilium iridollae in Georgia, funded by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, $1,000; 1994.
Status Survey of Cyperus louisianensis; funded by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, $2,500; 1993.
Floristic and Rare Plant Inventory of Moody Air Force Base and Grassy Pond Recreational Area, Lowndes and Lanier counties, Georgia; funded by the U.S. Air Force through The Nature Conservancy of Georgia, $7,500; 1993-1994.
Status Survey of Cyperus cephalanthus funded by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, $5,000; 1992-1993.
Floristic Inventory of Fort Stewart, Georgia; funded by the U.S. Army through The Nature Conservancy of Georgia, $8,500; 1992.
Research Opportunity Award, National Science Foundation, to work on Flora of North America Project at Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis; 1989.
Floristic Inventory of Pondberry (Lindera melissifolia) site in Wheeler County, Georgia; funded by The Nature Conservancy of Georgia, $500; 1987.
Thesis-parts appointment, Argonne National Laboratory, to use scanning electron microscope; 1981.
Floristic Inventory of Taylor Hollow, Sumner County, Tennessee; The Nature Conservancy, $1,500; 1980.
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