|Course Name||Special Topics in Lake Champlain Natural History|
|Location||Poultney River and nearby sites|
|Dates||July 20-24, 2020|
Attend one, multiple, or all days
|Credit||1 credit optional, through Castleton University|
|Tuition||1 day: $200|
2 days: $375 ($550 with credit)
3 days: $550 ($725 with credit)
4 days: $725 ($1,050 with credit)
5 days: $1,050 ($1,400 with credit)
|Size||15 participants per day|
This is a hands-on science course focusing on the natural history and ecology of Lake Champlain, its watershed, and other similar freshwater ecosystems. The course is presented in modular fashion, i.e., each day is stand-alone if so desired. The suite of modules offers a unique overview of freshwater ecology of the region and also offers an exciting variety of field-science activities and research to pursue with students.
This course is being taught in partnership with the Poultney Mettowee Natural Resources Conservation District.
Daily schedule and subjects will be published soon.