Missouri's Natural Heritage is for first year students in the Pathfinder program. We will hold many classes outdoors and learn about your home for the next four years. The Missouri survey course will cover our geology, archaeology, and native fauna, as well as restoration, and management of our diverse habitats (prairie, forest, glade, and stream) and the biology of our diverse plant and animal wildlife (arthropods, mollusks, fish, salamanders, lizards, birds, and mammals). In addition to weekly lecture and discussion, students in this class will visit sites across the state during a number of weekend field trips and weekend camping trips.
Course Attributes: FA NSMBU SCIAR NSMAS NSMAMP
Section 01Ampersand: Pathfinder - A Sense of Place: Discovering Missouris Natural Heritage
INSTRUCTOR: BraudeView Course Listing