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September-October 2017

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On the Job

Maxx Echt

Huntington Botanical Department Systems Manager

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California, can be best described as a world-renowned art collection surrounded by 120 acres of diverse natural art. Some 14,000 different varieties of plants are showcased in more than a dozen principal garden areas. The Botanical Gardens are the works of Henry E. Huntington, who purchased the land in 1903, and his superintendent, William Hertrich, who was instrumental in developing the collections that comprise the foundation of The Huntington's gardens.


MIKE BRANOM’s interest in weather began in 2004 when Hurricane Charley rolled through Central Florida, where he was working as a reporter. He now lives in Pasadena, California, where he eagerly awaits an opportunity to go atmospheric river-rafting.

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