In 2001 he joined the USDA Forest Service as a research plant physiologist. Mr. Dumroese, currently work as a senior scientist in the Maintaining Resilient Dryland Ecosystems Science Program of the Rocky Mountain Research Station. Research focuses on improving propagation techniques for a variety of native plants, and applied nursery research to remove bottlenecks to production efficiency and plant quality. In 2000, Mr Dumroese initiated the Native Plants Journal and served as the editor-in-chief for 15 years. The Native Plants Journal is published three times each year and is an eclectic blend of refereed and technical articles.
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USDA Forest Service: Reforestation, Nurseries, & Genetics Resources
Research Plant Physiolgist
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Rocky Mountain Research Station
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