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Environmental Studies

Summer Flora of the Western Great Lakes (ES 204)

This course introduces students to the identification, systematics, ecology, and natural history of the summer flora of the Western Great Lakes.

This course introduces students to the identification, systematics, ecology, and natural history of the spring flora of the Western Great Lakes. This course includes extensive field work in the greater Chicago area, eastern Wisconsin, and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Students learn to identify between 150 and 200 species of wildflowers, grasses, trees, shrubs, and other plants, and learn the characteristics of 15 to 20 plant families.

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