Dates: May 11 - June 13
Prerequisites: Two college-level courses in Biology and/or EEB, or permission of instructor.
Requirements: BS, Lab.
Instructor: John Benedict
Discover and identify plants. Learn their traditional and contemporary uses by Native Americans. Examine the change in plant species in northern Michigan pre- and post- European contact. Investigate resource management in the context of ecosystem health.
Northern Michigan is home to an incredible array of plants and fungi that are important for food, fiber, and medicine. You will explore the area’s rich biodiversity and come away with a deeper understanding of - and connection to - the world around you.