Undead Zombie Flowers of Skunk Cabbage!
SUNY Plattsburgh’s Dr. Rachel Schultz teams up with former faculty member Dr. Chris Martine for a video about a wetlands plant known as skunk cabbage. Dr. Martine is currently the David Burpee chair in plant genetics and research at Bucknell University. This is the fourth video in his "Plants Are Cool, Too!” series which he co-produces and hosts.
Production credits for this episode are also given to Mountain Lake PBS alums Tim Kramer and Paul Frederick. Kramer is a producer, writer, and editor while Frederick is listed as a producer, videographer, editor, and graphic designer.
Mountain Lake PBS wishes to congratulate all involved with this project. In the spirit of one of our most popular kids shows, Wild Kratts, the team delivers an educational and playful web series that is sure to entertain children of all ages (adults too!) Enjoy!