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Eagle Hill seminars and workshops - 2014

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.
To register, click here.

Dates

Title

Instructor(s)

May 25 - 31 Memorial Day alumni and family/friends week/weekend  
Jun 1 - 7 Field Methods in Ornithology Adrienne Jo Leppold
Jun 1 - 7 Species Identification and Assessment of Northeastern Freshwater Fish Assemblages David Halliwell
Jun 8 - 14 Trees and Shrubs of Northeastern North America: A Comprehensive Introduction to their Identification and Ecology Eric Jones
Jun 8 - 14 Amphibians and Reptiles of Northern New England Steve Ressel
Jun 15 - 21 Introduction to Marine Zooplankton Taxonomy and Ecology Ray Gerber
Jun 15 - 21 Sedges and Rushes: Identification and Ecology Anton A. Reznicek
Jun 15 - 21 Wetland Identification and Delineation, and Associated Ecology (tuition $575) Matt Schweisberg and Joe Homer
Jun 22 - 28 Mosses, Liverworts, and Hornworts Nancy G. Slack and Jerry Jenkins
Jun 22 - 28 Lichens and Lichen Ecology (tuition $525) David H.S. Richardson and Mark R.D. Seaward  
Jun 29 - Jul 5 July 4th alumni and family/friends week/weekend  
Jun 29 - Jul 5 Crustose Lichens of the Acadian Forest Stephen Clayden and Steven Selva
Jul 6 - 12 Plants of the Eastern Maine Coast: Field Botany, Ecology, and Natural History Jill Weber
Jul 13 - 19 Climate Change: Sea Level Rise and Temperature Change Harold Borns, Brian S. Robinson, Brian Beal, Joseph Kelley
Jul 13 - 19 Painting Maine’s Summer Plants in Watercolor Carol Woodin
Jul 20 - 26 Native Bees as Pollinators: Diversity, Ecology, Conservation, and Enhancing Pollinator Habitats Alison Dibble and Frank Drummond
Jul 21 - 27 Tidal Marsh Restoration: A Travelling Course From Rhode Island to Maine (offsite travel expenses at cost; details pending) Susan Adamowicz and David M. Burdick
Jul 27 - Aug 2 Mushroom Identification for New Mycophiles: Foraging for Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms Greg Marley and Michaeline Mulvey
Jul 27 - Aug 2 Applied Aquatic Entomology: The EPT Taxa: Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, and Trichoptera Steven K. Burian
Aug 3 - 9 Botany at the Landscape Scale Jerry Jenkins
Aug 3 - 9 A Survey of Grasses of Northeastern North America Dennis Magee
Aug 3 - 9 Natural History of Freshwater Invertebrates Steven K. Burian
Aug 10 - 16 Boletes, the Genus Lactarius, and other Fungi of New England Alan Bessette and Arleen Bessette
Aug 17 - 23 Taxonomy and Biology of Ferns and Lycophytes Robbin Moran and Carl Taylor
Aug 17 - 23 Wasp, Bee, and Ant Collection, Identification and Natural History, with an Emphasis on Parasitic Wasps Michael Gates, Matthew Buffington, Robert Kula, John Lill, James Pitts, David Wahl
Aug 24 - 30 Marine Benthic Macroinvertebrates, Communities, and Habitats Stephen Hale and Sheldon Pratt
Aug 24 - 30 Amanitaceae Taxonomy: From Fundamentals and Microscopy to Barcodes Rod Tulloss, Cristina Rodriguez Caycedo
Aug 31 - Sep 6 Brachythecium: A Moss Genus with Changing Species Definitions William Buck
Aug 31 - Sep 6 Labor Day alumni and family/friends week/weekend  
Oct 13 - 19 Columbus Day alumni and family/friends week/weekend  

 

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