Lydia Kan

Echinacea Project, 2012 –
B.S. Environmental Science, Bethel University 2010-

Research Interests

I am interested in investigating self-incompatibility and style persistence in Echinacea angustifolia.  I will be analyzing compatibility in and within prairie remnants by hand pollinating a randomized population and observing style persistence.


I will be a junior at Bethel University studying Environmental Science.  I am particularly interested in the impacts of human activity on the environment and in field studies on plants and insect species.