PSS 1990 WQ1 (CRN: 15385)
Plant & Soil Science: Pollinators & Perennials
1 Credit Hour—Section is Full.
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Winter session; Asynchronous online course; Open to Degree and PACE students
This self-paced online course will explore the interactions between perennial plants and pollinators and discuss methods for choosing the best plants to support pollinators in a variety of pollinator habitat enhancement scenarios.
This 1-credit course will consist of four online learning modules. Each module will contain a recorded lecture, assigned reading, and additional videos/resources.
Students will complete four open-book content quizzes (one for each module) and a final project. The final project will be to create a pollinator garden design and plant list.
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