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1-week field course

  • Subject: 1-week field course
  • From: Ross Koning <koningre@gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 18 May 2016 22:00:12 -0400

Greetings Fern Folk!

The following post was sent to ferns@hort.net by a non-subscriber.
It looked interesting, so Ibm reposting it to the listb&

Cheers!  ross

This summer, the Eagle Hill Institute in Steuben, Maine is offering a one-week
field course that might interest your members or readers, Taxonomy and Biology
of Ferns and Lycophytes taught by Robbin Moran and Carl Taylor. Please
announce this course on your website or email your members. See below for
suggested announcement.

Because I track successful sites for publicity, please let me know whether or
not you are able to announce this course and how you do it. Thank you!

Best wishes,


Marilyn Mayer
Science Program Manager
Eagle Hill Institute
PO Box  9, 59 Eagle Hill Rd
Steuben, Me  04680
207-546-2821 x1

Suggested announcement:

Taxonomy and Biology of Ferns and Lycophytes
Instructors: Robbin Moran and Carl Taylor
August 14 - 20, 2016
Eagle Hill Institute, Steuben, Me

Field course taught on the eastern coast of Maine. Course participants include
graduate students, professional field biologists, university professors,
personnel from federal and state agencies, numerous environmental
organizations and consulting firms, and beginning to advanced amateur
naturalists. For more information, go to eaglehill.us/seminars or contact
Marilyn Mayer (marilyn@eaglehill.us, 207-546-2821 x1).

Ross Koning
141 Oak Street
Willimantic, CT 06226

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