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Fagerstone, Kathleen A.


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Fagerstone, Kathleen A., 2015


Kathy Fagerstone discusses her career with the National Wildlife Research Center. She began as a research technician in 1971. Over the years, she worked on many studies involving small mammals and rodenticides. In the late 1980s the focus of her work switched from research to chemical registrations. She discusses the work culture at the Research Center the changes she saw there during her career.

Dates: 2015

Kathy Fagerstone Records --

Identifier: NWRC 0035
Abstract Kathy Fagerstone began her career with the Center in 1971, becoming the first female physical science technician at the Research Center. During her 40 year career with the Center, Kathy advanced from a technician, to a wildlife biologist, to a research wildlife biologist, to project leader, and finally to a program manager. Her research interests included risk assessment and small mammal ecology of prairie dogs, ground squirrels and black-footed ferrets. However, the focus of her work...
Dates: 1968 - 2013; Majority of material found within 1980 - 2000

Mammal Damage Unit Records --

Identifier: NWRC 0034

Over the years, the Mammal Damage Unit of the DWRC/NWRC conducted research on coyote predation on livestock; rodent damage to crops, rangeland, and buried cables; and damage to timber production and reforestation efforts caused by deer, bear, and rodents, particularly pocket gophers. The Unit also studied the use of pesticides as well as methods to identify and develop non-lethal or non-chemical alternative management methods for specific wildlife problems.

Dates: 1909 - 2002; Majority of material found within 1940 - 1990

Master Plan Site Survey Collection --

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: NWRC 0014
Abstract The Master Plan Site Survey collection documents the creation of new site and master plans for the NWRC Foothills Campus property. These plans were created prior to construction of the Outdoor Pen Project and the Animal Research Building Support Wing and were intended to be used as coordinating documents for those projects, in addition to all future development projects at the NWRC site. William (Bill) Dusenberry, the Program Manager for Facility Planning and Development at the NWRC,...
Dates: 1997-2001

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Collection 3
Archival Object 1
Prairie dogs 3
Black-footed ferrets 2
Compound 1080 2
Ground squirrels 2
Pesticide registration 2