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A new general education undergraduate course which explores the fascinating world of our greatest insect friend.

Pollinators are critical components of natural and agricultural landscapes. This course will provide students with broad insights into pollinator biology, evolution, economic importance, and conservation.

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Designers change the way we live in the world. They make decisions on a daily basis as to how and where elements are located in the landscape. This course is intended to merge ecological theory and practice with design expertise to help designers make better ecologically-informed design decisions.

This course is an introduction to the field identification and ecology of herbaceous and woody plants of the central Appalachian region.

Have you ever wished you could identify all those plants and trees in your field sites? Here’s the course you’ve been waiting for!