Woodlands and savannas once covered vast stretches of the Great Lakes region. Today, these ecosystems are threatened by encroaching development, invasive species, and pollution.
Discuss the principles of forest ecology and management underlying restoration practice, learn about sites that represent different stages of woodland restoration, and explore the controversies surrounding management of these systems in an engaging online course.
In this online class, the self-guided material can be completed anytime, wherever you have access to a computer, at your own pace.
How self-paced online classes work
- To access the class, you will log into TreeLearning, the Arboretum’s online learning portal. Instructions for accessing TreeLearning will be sent to registrants by email from firstname.lastname@example.org following registration. You have access to the course for 60 days and can complete the materials anytime.
- Complete the self-paced e-learning modules with reading material, short videos, interactive activities, and quizzes to check your understanding.
- The course will take approximately 4 hours to complete. The course does not need to be completed in one sitting.