Join the Inland
Seas Education Association (ISEA) and
the Great Lakes Water Studies Institute (GLWSI) for the 7th Annual
Invasive Species Field Course on July 28-30, 2008 in Traverse City, Michigan!
The Invasive Species Field Course has been developed to teach
educators and environmental professional about invasive species in the Great Lakes region, and to prepare them to effectively
teach their students, colleagues, and volunteers about invasive species.
The Invasive Species Field Course will provide a unique
combination of professional seminars at Northwestern Michigan
Lakes Campus and hands-on field experience aboard ISEA’s 77-foot schooner
Inland Seas. Participants will
learn about initiatives to help reduce the introduction and spread of new
invasive species, ways to incorporate invasive species concepts into classroom
teaching, and experimental design for invasive species research projects.
Emphasis will be on aquatic invasive species and the concept of
“prevention through education.”
For course information and application materials, please
For further information, contact:
Inland Seas Education
100 Dame Street
P.O. Box 218
Suttons Bay, MI 49682
The 7th Annual Invasive
Species Field Course is funded by the Environmental Protection Agency, and is
brought to you by the Inland Seas Education Association and the Great Lakes
Water Studies Institute.