Learn principles and practices for managing critical habitats. Remnant and restored natural areas act as reservoirs for plant, animal, and insect diversity.
Join us as we visit a variety of managed ecosystems in the Chicago area to discuss current conservation challenges and strategies with site managers and volunteer stewards.
The online component of this class is self-guided and can be completed wherever you have access to a computer, at your own pace. Online assignments are due before the in-person session.
How do I access the program?
- Your access information for the online materials will be included in the order summary email you receive after registering.
- Log in to treelearning.mortonarb.org with the access information provided after the start date of the class.
Two sessions of the class will meet outdoors and in person at sites of regional restoration interest in order to explore those natural areas management case studies.
Program participants must abide by the Arboretum’s safety guidelines.