Appreciating Trees on the SLU Campus [S-17-2]

Presenter: Claire Burkum
Location: SLU: Johnson 247
Additional Locations:SLU: Johnson 247
Classes: 1 Session 2.0 hours
Dates: Thu 1:30 PM 05/11
Status: Course Closed

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Learn how to identify trees with a dichotomous key and discuss with us how humans and other organisms interact and use trees.

Claire Burkum currently teaches General Biology labs at SLU. She has a background in forest ecology, specifically how fungi interact with trees. Claire also worked at Trudeau Institute in Saranac Lake for 8 years prior to working at SLU.

Ryan Burkum is a certified arborist. If available on the class day, he will join us for our tour of trees on the SLU campus.

NOTE: Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather; we will be outside.

Cap: 20



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