Online Lecture Series: Botany, Part 2
Saturday, December 12, 2020, 9:00am-10:00am MT
Instructor: Jim Tolstrup, HPEC Executive Director
This course is designed to help beginners identify common woody native plants in the field. Participants will learn basic botanical terms that distinguish plant parts, and how to “key out” plants, identifying families based on broad commonalities and species based on their distinct characteristics.
Jim Tolstrup, Executive Director of the High Plains Environmental Center who works to promote the conservation, restoration and landscape use of native plants and is the State Horticulture and Restoration Chair for the Colorado Native Plant Society.
This lecture will take place on Zoom. The meeting details will be emailed to attendees 2-3 days prior to the event.
Register for this event here.
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