How Prairie Wildflowers Reveal Their Life Histories • Sedgwick County
Monday, Jun 13th, 2011 to Thursday, Jun 16th, 2011
Great Plains Nature Center • 6232 E.29th St. North • Wichita, KS • Map
Learn the uses of prairie plants by indigenous people, settlers and modern occupants of our geographical area. Observe insect pollination at work on native plants and the value of prairie plants for habitat and food for various species of wildlife. Identify wild plants adaptable to the home garden. Examine the factors contributing to the mosaic of palnts across the Tallgrass Region and the effects of conservation strategies on abundance and diversity of prairie organisms. Receive materials and ideas useful in the classroom, garden and field.
Contact: Joyce Lent firstname.lastname@example.org (316) 683-5499 ext 210
More Info: Class InfoSponsor: Emporia State University
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