About Me

My name is Britney Mullenbach.  I am a student at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse.  I am majoring in biology with an emphasis in molecular and cellular studies, and minoring in psychology.  After graduation I’m continuing my education by going to graduates school.  I will be studying and training to become a genetic counselor.  I aspire to help the thousands of families that suffer from genetic disorders/diseases.  In the past I have volunteered my time with many disabled children, which have been some of the most memorable experiences in my life.  My passion for biology does not end here.  I have always been intrigued with the life around me.  As a young girl I would be outside almost every day watching the world around me, though I always was more interested in animals.  In fact, I am a horse nut.  I have two horses that are an integral part of who I am, and they have helped shape me into the person I am today.  I love showing my horses in a multitude of areas including barrel racing, showmanship, horsemanship, western pleasure, pole bending/weaving, halter, and many more.  I also enjoy golfing.  It is one of my favorite leisure activities.  But, I find photography to be my all-time favorite leisure activity.  To be able to capture the beauty of the world around you in a picture is a special gift that I cherish deeply, but better yet, to be able to see to beauty of the world around you is an extraordinary ability!


So, you may be asking, “why would you choose to do a webpage on cranberries?”  Well, cranberries are by far my favorite fruit.  I eat frozen cranberries, jellied cranberries, cranberry juice, dried cranberries, cranberry bread, and the list goes on.  Ever since I can remember, I have loved cranberries.  In fact, if I could, I would live off of cranberries!


Please contact me if you have any questions! Thanks, and have a great day!


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