The Ecosystems Conference, sponsored by the Stewardship Network, will be held January 15th & 16th, 2016 at the Kellogg Conference Center, Michigan State University, East Lansing. Abstracts for Panel Discussions, Presentations, Roundtables, and Workshops are due by: Friday, September 18th, 2015. Abstracts for Posters are due by: Friday, November 20th. For more information visit: www.stewardshipnetwork.org/2016-stewardship-network-conference.
The Gratiot Lake Conservancy is sponsoring a two-day Aquatic Plant Identification Workshop in the Eagle Harbor area of the Kenweenaw Peninsula. The course is being taught by well-known botanist, and MBC member, Janet Marr. A course description and registration information can be found at the GLC website along with a listing of several additional GLC summer course offerings.
MBC member, Derek Shiels, has created a website RateMyLand.com that links private landowners in need of conservation and biodiversity surveys, to a group of biological consultants and other natural resource professionals who would like to conduct those surveys. If you think you would like to be connected to a broad base of clients in need of a variety of surveys, please read the Rate My Land Flyer for further information.
Two Botany Superstars Leading 8-week Field Botany class at the U-M Biological Station this summer 2015
You can study the Field Botany of Northern Michigan with two outstanding botanists and instructors this summer at the University of Michigan Biological Station (UMBS). We welcome Dr. Charles Davis and Dr. Anton Reznicek as co-instructors for the class.
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