On Saturday, December 3, volunteers from our Certificate in Native Plant Studies series spent time working at the quail habitat at the Birmingham Zoo. This unique volunteer opportunity is one of many only available to participants in the program. For more information on how you can enroll in the program and take advantage of volunteer opportunities like these, visit our website. While you’re there, you can register for classes online.
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On Wednesday, November 9, Bob Farley led an elective in our Certificate in Native Plant Studies program – Digital Photography of Native Plants. Instruction was given on how to translate what you see with your eye to a digital image. Topics included: lenses, tripods and light modifiers to create interesting images. Follow the link above to learn more about all of the educational opportunities in this program and to sign up today!
Sample of Previous Classes offered in Certificate in Native Plant Studies
- Introduction to the Study of Native Plants (core)
- Non-Native Invasive Plants Workshop (elective)
- Native Woody Plants in Summer (elective)
- Introduction to Botany (core)
- Native Ferns and Their Relatives (elective)
- Introduction to Soil Science (elective)
- Introduction to Plant Taxonomy/Plant Classification (core)
- Native Plants for Pollinators (elective)
- Medicinal and Edible Plants (elective)
- Ecology of Alabama Native Plants (core)