About Me

Thank you for taking the time to visit my page!  I am Jessica Klebs, a member of the class of 2016 at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse.  I have major in biology with a biomedical science concentration, and a minor in chemistry.  After I graduate, I plan to attend graduate school to become a Physician Assistant.  I grew up in the town of Lakeville, Minnesota located near the Twin Cities.
I have always found plants, animals, and other organisms that occupy nature to be interesting.  When I was little I was always running around and playing outside.  My favorite place to spend time was in the woods because I loved to climb trees, even though that usually ended up in a lot of bumps and bruises.  This is a big part of why I chose Robinia pseudoacacia to research for the making of my website.                
Throughout my research process, I learned so much about the black locust tree.  I hope you learned a lot as well while navigating my site, and I hope you feel inspired to go and learn more about the countless organisms out there!

Don't let your journey end here! Be sure to check out MultipleOrganisms.net to see a variety of other amazing organisms!

If you would like to know more about the University of Wisconsin La Crosse, click here.

If you have any questions, comments or concerns regarding my webpage, feel free to contact me at klebs.jess@uwlax.edu

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