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Pre-approved for 10 CECs under SER's CERP Program

6/7/2019 to 6/9/2019
Where: Savanna Moon
United States

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Pre-approved for 10 CECs under SER's CERP Program Take your botanical chops to the next level by bolstering your plant taxonomic skills! A solid understanding of botanical science is the foundation of any plant-based practice. By deepening your knowledge of plant morphology and family characteristics, you will improve your confidence and credibility – greatly facilitating your effectiveness and success. In this weekend intensive you will learn how to recognize common plant families of the Midwest, identify key morphological characters and work through dichotomous keys. We will spend part of the day in a lecture-lab setting, then go out and study plants and key characters in native habitats. ​​ Dates & Times: June 7-9, 2019​​ ​ Friday 6:30-8:00, Saturday 9-4:30, Sunday 9-3:30 Meals: Tuition includes vegetarian meals on Saturday and Sunday through lunch. ​ Lodging: Camping space included in tuition. Camping space includes access to composting outhouse and outdoor shower, and use of communal kitchen. A limited number of tent cots, shared or private rooms in the farm house on site are available for an additional cost of $20-$45 per night. Also, there are several nearby Airbnb sites. Course cost: Registration - $295 ​​​*One reduced course cost space is available for work trade for limited income locals. Instructor: Dr. Cynthia Lane ​ Register to save your spot - course limited to 10 participants. More information and registration at