Course at a Glance

Date:
February 19
Location:
HSU Campus, Forestry Building, room 107
Cost:
$30

Plant Intelligence

26991

Course Description:

Explore how plants learn, recall, strategize, share, cooperate, defend themselves, communicate with pollinators/pests/etc., recognize family members, and make informed choices. Designed to make you think, this class summarizes historical and contemporary scientific literature for the non-scientist.

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Start Date: 2/19/2018
End Date: 2/19/2018
Day of week: Monday
Cost: $30.00
Course ID: 26991
Brian Dykstra in dune area

Brian Dykstra

Brian Dykstra is a botanist and ecologist. Bees, pollination biology, botany and ethnobiology are his interests. He completed his MS thesis on pollination ecology and earned a certificate in community college education (Humboldt State University). He has taught community college and managed an academic greenhouse for a large university. He has worked in pollination research and outreach, agricultural extension research, field botany, science editing, and served as education/outreach chair for a native plant society, farming, and much more.