Prairie Interpretation for Naturalists • Lyon County
Monday, Jun 22nd, 2009 to Thursday, Jul 2nd, 2009 @ 8:00am-11:50
Emporia, KS • Map
This field course examines life in the tallgrass prairie and related biotic communities in our eastern Kansas landscape and prepares students to be interpreters of these complex ecosystems Emphasis is on the plants and animals and how their lives are interwoven into the fabric of the prairie year and the roles they have played in human history. Students will be provided with resource materials. This class is designed for teachers and others interested in the natural history of the prairie. Course: EB 469A/859A two credit hours
If there is enough interest, this class (officially on the ESU campus) could have a section in Wichita.
Contact: Tom Eddy firstname.lastname@example.org (620) 341-5671
Sponsor: Emporia State
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