Saprobes, Symbionts, and Parasites: Fungal Ecology in Oak Woodland and Savanna Ecosystems
Oak Woodland Ecology: Butterflies and other Pollinators
Cedar Bluffs, Nebraska (private conservation area) with Dr. Ted Burk, Creighton University. Saturday, August 4th, 9:00am to 3:00pm. In the world of pollinator conservation, oaks and oak woodlands are often overlooked as hosts of countless butterflies, moths, and other pollinators. This field workshop will explore these relationships and how to preserve them. Tuition: $25 donation (free to full time students and TNS members.) This workshop will be limited to 10 participants. Contact Jack Phillips at email@example.com for details and to register.
Ecology of the Kickatuus
Biotic surveys in Saunders County, Nebraska, August through October, 2018. These surveys are led by expert scientists and naturalists. Participants contribute to our understanding of the riparian and upland ecosystems in this fascinating bioregion while learning about the creatures that live there. Contact Jack for details.
Acorns to Oaks: Oak Woodland and Savanna Restoration from Seed
Saturday mornings, August 25th and September 8th with Howard Eyre, Robert Smith, and Jack Phillips. Waubonsie State Park, Fremont County, Iowa. For more details and to register, contact Jack at firstname.lastname@example.org .