Mike Haddock, associate dean for research, education and engagement for K-State Libraries, has two offices: One is on the fifth floor of Hale Library. The other is on the prairie. Haddock combs the state to identify and photograph the state’s native wildflowers and grasses. Now, the Kansas Center for the Book has selected his most recent publication, “Kansas Wildflowers and Weeds,” as a 2016 Kansas Notable Book.
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Kansas State University Libraries (2017) "Prairie Librarian: Associate dean's work selected as 2016 Kansas Notable Book," Kansas State University Libraries: Vol. 4.