Saprobes, Symbionts, and Parasites: Fungal Ecology in Oak Woodland and Savanna Ecosystems
Waubonsie State Park, Fremont County, Iowa with Katie Thompson, Iowa State University and Jack Phillips, The Naturalist School. See faculty page for bios.
Friday June 22nd, 9am to 3pm. Tuition: $25 (Free for TNS members.) We will explore the roles that fungi play in woodland and savanna food webs, particularly in niches that are occasionally exposed to fire. This is an outdoor workshop that will include hiking over rugged terrain. Long pants, bug repellent, sun screen, and water are required. Bring a sack lunch, hand lens, and other provisions as needed.
Pre-registration is required. Enrollment will be kept to 15 particiapants, so please register early. Contact Jack Phillips at email@example.com for more details. This workshop is offered in partnership with Tallgrass Prairie and Oak Savanna Fire Science Consortium.