Interpreting the Fall Landscape, ENV 101 Posted on October 6th, 2011 by

Red Maples

ENV 101-001 10:30am class

The Interpreting the Fall Landscape course is offered through the Environmental Studies department.  Students taking this class visit deciduous forests, tall-grass prairies, nature sites, as well as the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, and an apple orchard. Students have the opportunity to observe and interpret the world around them. Identifying Minnesota tree species, nature walks, and discussions are highlights of the course. The instructor, Jim Gilbert has a passion for teaching and inspiring others to get in touch with nature. Through course material and working with Jim Gilbert, students learn a vast amount of knowledge about the landscape and its’ seasonal changes in the fall.

“Let nature be your teacher” ~Jim Gilbert


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