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Plants 101: Introduction to the Green World
March 14, 2016 @ 12:05 am - April 8, 2016 @ 12:00 pmFree
As our first step toward making the Society’s rich educational programming available to you wherever you are, we are delighted to introduce one of three pilot online courses. Join us as we explore New England's plant life. In this online and field course you will learn what plants are, how they function, and why they are essential to all life on earth. You’ll also discover many of the region’s native and non-native plants. This course includes four self-paced online modules offered over the course of four weeks, followed by a visit to a field site to be arranged by the student and a mentor. These pilot courses are offered at no charge initially thanks to funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and a generous donor.
Monday March 14 to Friday, April 8
Program Code: BOTO101
Instructor: Dr. Elizabeth Farnsworth
Fee: $free (Member) / $free (Nonmember)
Certificate: Elective: FB/Adv.FB
To register, go to:
Plants 101: Introduction to the Green World — New England Wild Flower Society
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