|Birth||12 October 1875 (Medina, Medina County, Ohio, U.S.A.)|
|Death||5 June 1968 (Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana, U.S.A.)|
Inez Maria Haring (née Inez Maria Eccleston) (born October 12, 1875) was an American botanist and plant collector, best known for her work in bryology as the Assistant Honorary Curator of Mosses at the New York Botanical Garden beginning in 1945.
Early life and family
Haring was born Inez Maria Eccleston, on October 12, 1875 in Medina, Ohio. She married Harry Albert Haring on November 4, 1899 in Cleveland, Ohio.
Haring graduated from Western Reserve University with a Bachelor of Letters degree in 1898, and a Master of Arts in 1899. She was awarded an additional MA from Vassar College in 1934, and additionally began work towards a PhD at Cornell University. She began working at the New York Botanical Garden in 1941, in the Elizabeth Gertrude Britton Moss Herbarium, and was appointed the Assistant Honorary Curator of Mosses in 1945.
She worked closely with Abel Joel Grout, rearranging the collections of the Moss Herbarium and travelling with Grout to the American Southwest on specimen collecting trips. She also is listed as a co-author of Grout's work "Moss flora of North America, north of Mexico."