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January 30, 2016 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm$96
Join us as we investigate the taxonomic characteristics of deciduous, evergreen, and some herbaceous plants in winter. Learn to use a dichotomous key and then identify a large inventory of twig and plant specimens. After lunch, we will head out into the Garden. Bring a bag lunch, a hand lens, and a copy of Fruit Key and Twig Key to Trees and Shrubs by William M. Harlow. Take home plant specimens.
Program Code: BOT3317
Instructor: William E. Kuriger, Ph.D., C.W.S., P.W.S., L.S.P. botanist
Fee: $80 (Member) /$96 (Nonmember)
Certificate: Elective: FB/Adv.FB
Cosponsor: Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions
CEU: 1 CFE; 5.5 AOLCP; applied MCH
To register, go to:
Winter Botany — New England Wild Flower Society
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