Plant-Animal Interactions: From Populations to Ecosystems (elective)


Instructor: Evan Lampert, Ph.D., University of North Georgia

Date: Saturday, February 23 | 9 – 3 p.m.

Location: Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Members $65 | Non-members $70

The interactions among animals and plants are diverse and are some of the most dominant drivers of terrestrial ecosystem processes. These interactions have tremendous implications for human populations and food security, which have undergone major changes due to human influences. We will define and discuss the types of interactions that occur in central Alabama and the Southeastern U.S., and complete interactive exercises to explore these interactions in The Gardens.


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