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Earn CEUs in Maine This Summer – Eagle Hill Institute Field Courses

By Teachers.Net News Desk
 


This summer, the Eagle Hill Institute in coastal Steuben, Maine is offering  over 25 one-week courses that provide valuable training for teachers. And as a result of participating, teachers can earn 5 Continuing Education Credits from U Maine Orono, even while spending a week in the beautiful Acadia National Park region of Maine! Read course list and additional information below.

Eagle Hill

Photo by Craig Snapp

Eagle Hill field courses focus on the natural history of one of North America’s most spectacular and pristine natural areas, the coast of eastern Maine from Acadia National Park to Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge and beyond. The summer field courses are taught by experts in their respective fields. Course participants include advanced amateurs, graduate students, professional field biologists, university professors, and personnel from federal and state agencies and numerous environmental organizations.

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One-week long summer field courses at Eagle Hill, Steuben, Me: Eagle Hill field courses are of special interest because they focus on the natural history of one of North America’s most spectacular and pristine natural areas, the coast of eastern Maine from Acadia National Park to Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge and beyond. Our summer field courses are taught by experts in their respective fields. Course participants include beginning to advanced amateurs, graduate and undergraduate students, teachers, professional field biologists, university professors, and personnel from federal and state agencies and numerous environmental organizations.

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Summer Field Courses 2016 –
Topics

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Botany:
June 10 – 12   Foraging for Edible Wild Plants  (weekend)
Tom Seymour
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Nancy Slack & Ralph Pope
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Anton Reznicek
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Matthew Schweisberg & Joseph Homer
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Jessica Muhlin & Eric Blouin
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Jerry Jenkins
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July 31 – Aug 6 Pleurocarpous Mosses of Maine & Their Habitat – William Buck and Bruce Allen

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Aug 14 – 20 Taxonomy and Biology of Ferns and Lycophytes – Robbin Moran & Carl Taylor

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Aug 14 – 20 Coastal and Inland Forests of Maine: ID and Ecology of Trees & Shrubs – Eric Jones

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Fungi:

July 31 – Aug 6 Mushroom Identification for New Mycophiles: Foraging for Edible & Medicinal Mushrooms – Greg Marley & Michaeline Mulvey

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Aug 7 – 13 Slime Molds: Miniature Marvels of Nature – Steven Stephenson
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Lichens:
July 3 – 9 Lichen and Lichen Ecology – David Richardson & Mark Seaward
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July 10 – 16 Crustose Lichen Identification – Irwin Brodo
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Zoology:
Bryan Pfeiffer
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David Halliwell
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Hugh McGuinness & Bryan Pfeiffer
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Bryan Pfeiffer
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Alison Dibble, Frank Drummond, & Sara Bushman
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Gary Hevel & Warren Steiner
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Steven Burian
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Adrienne Leppold & David Brinker
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Stephen Hale & Sheldon Pratt
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Gene Wilhelm
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Gene Wilhelm
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Marine or Freshwater:
Matthew Schweisberg & Joseph Homer
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Jessica Muhlin & Eric Blouin
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Steven Koenig
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Steven Burian
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Stephen Hale & Sheldon Pratt
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Landscape Level Courses:
Douglas Reusch
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Matthew Schweisberg & Joseph Homer
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Jerry Jenkins
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Steven Koenig
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Geology: 
Douglas Reusch
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Scientific Illustration and Creative Writing:
Dolores Santoliquido
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Carol Woodin
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For general program information, click here.

For calendar, go to eaglehill.us/seminars.  Titles are hot-linked to course descriptions and instructor biographies. Go to application and cost information.

Institute homepage:  www.eaglehill.us
For more information, contact Marilyn Mayer:  marilyn@eaglehill.us    or  207-546-2821 x1

Stay with your family in this comfortable, cozy, convenient VACATION RENTAL while you earn those CEUs!

 

 



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