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Eagle Hill seminars and workshops - 2015

The following is a complete list of all regularly scheduled seminars and workshops at Eagle Hill this summer. Those with special tuition rates are so indicated.

Click on hot-linked seminar titles for course descriptions and instructor biographies. Details for courses marked with an asterisk (*) are pending. For general application information, tuition rates, and other fees, click here. To register, click here.

Dates

Title

Instructor(s)

May 24 - 30 Memorial Day alumni and family/friends week/weekend  
May 29 - 31 (weekend) Foraging for Edible Wild Plants* Tom Seymour    
May 31 - Jun 6 Field Herpetology: Amphibians and Reptiles of the Northeast* Glenn Johnson
May 31 - Jun 6 Trees and Shrubs of Northeastern North America: Identification and Ecology* Eric Jones
Jun 7 - 13 Plant Identification and Herbarium Techniques* Fred Olday
Jun 7 - 13 Bogs and other Maine Peatlands* Nancy Slack
Jun 14 - 20 Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of the Northeast* Amy Arnett
Jun 14 - 20 Introduction to Mosses* Jerry Jenkins and Susan Williams
Jun 21 - 27 Introduction to Maine Seaweeds: Identification, Ecology, and Ethnobotany* Jessie Muhlin and Nic Blouin
Jun 21 - 27 Lichens and Lichen Ecology* David Richardson and Mark Seaward
Jun 21 - 27 Illustrating the Flora and Fauna of Maine: Colored Pencil Techniques* Dolores Santoliquido
Jun 28 - Jul 4 July 4th alumni and family/friends week/weekend  
Jun 28 - Jul 4 Crustose Lichens* Irwin Brodo
Jun 28 - Jul 4 Sedges and Rushes: Identification and Ecology * Anton Reznicek
Jul 5 - 11 Craft and Vision: Photographing Maine Woods and Waters* Barbara Southworth
Jul 5 - 11 Calicioid Lichens and Fungi of the Acadian Forest* Steven Selva
Jul 5 - 11 Dragonflies and Damselflies: Field Techniques and Identification * Bryan Pfeiffer
Jul 12 - 18 Moths and Butterflies: Identification, Specimen Preparation and Taxonomy* Hugh McGuiness and Bryan Pfeiffer
Jul 12 - 18 Beetles: Diversity, Identification, and Natural History* Warren Steiner and Gary Hevel
Jul 19 - 25 Grasses of Northeastern North America: Practical ID for Field Biologists* Dennis Magee        
Jul 19 - 25 Native Bees as Pollinators: Diversity, Ecology, Conservation, and Habitat Enhancement* Alison Dibble and Frank Drummond
Jul 19 - 25 Wetland Identification, Delineation and Ecology* Matthew Schweisberg and Joseph Homer
Jul 26 - Aug 1 Field Botany and Plant Ecology of the Eastern Maine Coast* Jill Weber
Jul 26 - Aug 1 Iapetan Crossing: A Traveling Geology Course, Maine to Quebec * Douglas Reusch
Jul 26 - Aug 1 Marine Polychaetes: Identification and Natural History* Stephen Hale and Sheldon Pratt
Aug 2 - 8 Mushroom Identification for New Mycophiles: Foraging for Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms* Greg Marley and Michaeline Mulvey
Aug 2 - 8 Floating and Submersed Aquatic Plants* C. Barre Hellquist
Aug 9 - 15 Botany at the Landscape Scale* Jerry Jenkins   
Aug 9 - 15 Lakes and Rivers: Understanding Their Ecology and Water Quality* Marilyn Mayer
Aug 16 - 22 Lichens, Biofilms, and Stone* Judy Jacob and Michaela Schmull
Aug 16 - 22 Plant Anatomy and Microtechniques* Richard Keating and Robbin Moran
Aug 23 - 29 Taxonomy and Biology of Ferns and Lycophytes* Robbin Moran and Carl Taylor
Aug 23 - 29 Advances in Field Ornithology: Methods for Studying Songbird and Raptor Migration* Adrienne Leppold and David Brinker
Aug 30 - Sep 5 How to Know Cladonia and Its Parasites* Richard Harris
Sept 6 - 12 Labor Day alumni and family/friends week/weekend  
Sep 6 - 12 Ascomycetes, Waxcaps, and Other Fall Fungi of New England* Alan Bessette and Arleen Bessette
Sep 11 - 13 (weekend) Making Medicine from Wild Plants* Tom Seymour
Oct 11 - 17 Columbus Day alumni and family/friends week/weekend  

 

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