Minnesota is famous for its forests, as it home to the convergence of the northern conifer forest and the eastern deciduous forest. During this weekend course based at Osprey Wilds, students will spend time in a number of habitats and learn basic tree identification, features, patterns and forest types. Students will also learn about different forest management practices, past and present, which continue to shape Minnesota’s forests today.
This is one of the environmental education courses we offer through Hamline University’s Graduate Professional Development Program (Continuing Studies). We do also make this course available on an audit basis (not-for-credit) for those interested.
The fee for this course on an audit basis is $175/adult. That includes shared lodging, all meals and instruction (university credits do not apply to audited courses).
Please call 320-245-2648, ext. 101.
If you prefer to enroll for credit through Hamline University, visit their Graduate Professional Development Program (Continuing Studies). [Hamline University tuition costs would apply.]