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Eagle Hill Programs Calendar

The following is a complete list of week-long and weekend programs at Eagle Hill.

Titles that are hot-linked have program descriptions and instructor biographies. These are being added.

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2018 Summer Weeklong Seminars

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May 27 – Jun 2 Introduction to Bryophytes and Lichens Fred Olday
May 27 – Jun 2 Marine Intertidal Community Ecology Thomas Trott
Jun 3 - 9 Sterile Crustose Lichens Unveiled James Lendemer
Jun 3 - 9    
Jun 10 - 16 Mosses: Structure, Ecology, and Identification Jerry Jenkins and Susan Williams
Jun 10 - 16    
Jun 11 - 17 Plate Tectonics of the Appalachians: A Traveling Geology Course, Maine to Québec (*) Douglas Reusch
Jun 17 - 23 Medicinal Plants: Historical and Contemporary Uses Steven Foster
Jun 17 - 23 Freshwater and Diadromous Fishes of New England David Halliwell
Jun 17 - 23 Scientific Ilustration with Pen and Ink and Color Pencil Dolores Santoliquido
Jun 24 - 30 Lichens and Lichen Ecology (*) David Richardson and Mark Seaward
Jun 24 - 30 Sedges and Rushes: Identification and Ecology Anton Reznicek
Jul 1 - 7 Dragonflies and Damselflies: Field Techniques and Identification Bryan Pfeiffer and Michael Blust
Jul 1 - 7 Grasses: Identification and Ecology Dennis Magee
Jul 1 - 7 Drawing and Painting Birds in Watercolor and Colored Pencil Dorie Petrochko
Jul 8 - 14 Spiders: Identification, Biology, and Ecology (*) Kefyn Catley
Jul 8 - 14 Native Bees: Biology, Ecology, Identification and Conservation Sara Bushmann and Kalyn Bickerman-Martens
Jul 15 - 21 Wetland Identification, Delineation and Ecology (**) Matthew Schweisberg and Joseph Homer
Jul 15 - 21 Photographing Plants and Plant Habitats: Classical and Modern Techniques Jerry Jenkins
Jul 22 - 28 Maine Seaweeds: Identification, Ecology, and Ethnobotany Jessica Muhlin and Nic Blouin
Jul 22 - 28 Microlepidoptera: Collection, Preparation, Dissection, Identification, and Natural History Jason Dombroskie
Jul 29 – Aug 4 Mushroom Identification for New Mycophiles: Foraging for Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms (*) Greg Marley and Michaeline Mulvey
Jul 29 – Aug 4 Tracks and Sign of Insects and Other Invertebrates Charley Eiseman
Jul 29 – Aug 4 The Eastern Maine Ice Age Landscape as a Record Hemispheric Climate Change: The Last Deglaciation: The Pineo Ridge Moraine and Emerged Delta Complex Harold Borns
Aug 5 - 11 Sphagnum Mosses and Ecology Jonathan Shaw
Aug 5 - 11 Aquatic Entomology Steven Burian
Aug 12 - 18 Witness to Nature: A Creative Writing Workshop Gretchen Legler
Aug 12 - 18 Archaeology and Pre-History of Maine Richard Will
Aug 12 - 18 Plant Anatomy and Microtechnique Richard Keating and Robbin Moran
Aug 19 - 25 Mushroom Microscopy: An Exploration of the Intricate Microscopic World of Mushrooms David Porter and Michaeline Mulvey
Aug 19 - 25 Banding Songbirds and Raptors: Livetrapping, In-hand Aging and Sexing, and Data Collection for Research Adrienne Leppold and David Brinker
Aug 26 – Sep 1 Mosses: Orthotrichaceae of Maine William Buck and Bernard Goffinet 
Aug 26 – Sep 1 Independent Study: Pyrenolichens Richard Harris
     

2018 Fall Weekend Workshops

Sep 7 - 9 Asters and Goldenrods Jill Weber
Sep 14 - 16 Current Issues in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation Lynne and Stephen Hale
Sep 21 - 23 National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Review Process Peyton Doub
Sep 28 - 30 Fall Maine Mushrooms David Porter and Michaeline Mulvey
Oct 5 - 7 Columbus Day Weekend Retreat  
Oct 12 - 14 Crustose and Foliose Lichens Fred Olday
Oct 19 - 21 Freshwater and Diadromous Fishes of New England David Halliwell
Oct 26 - 28 Bryophytes: Mosses, Liverworts, and Sphagnum Mosses Fred Olday
Nov 2 - 4    
Nov 9 - 11 Tree and Shrub Identification using Twigs and Other Winter Characteristics Dennis Magee
     
     

 

 

 

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