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Stories. Timelines. Visual data. Photosynthesis. Botanical art.
You’ll find them all in Historical Plant Studies: Tools for Enhancing Students’ Understanding of Photosynthesis by Dr. Stephen Thompson, professor of science education at the University of South Carolina. 294 more words
Earth Day at Gilman Historic Ranch and Wagon Museum
The Earth Day celebration at Gilman Ranch is less than two weeks away. You are invited to come out to the ranch on April 12, 2014 to participate in fun family activities, learn about the Gilman family, visit the wagon museum, learn about the environment and listen to presentations by guest speakers. 279 more words
Travel through time and learn how botanical illustration has informed our knowledge of plants. Participants will create a sketchbook that will serve as a personalized guide to plants and a historical account of the golden age of botanical art. 584 more words
The Theodore Payne Arts Council invites you to
Buzz Pollinate: Slits, Pores, and Valves!
Jessica Rath is fascinated with buzz pollination, a co-adaptation between certain bees and specific angiosperms which require sonication, or vibratory resonance to release pollen from their anthers. 233 more words
Award-winning botanical artist and educator Heeyoung Kim continues her work documenting America’s prairies in Project 200: Botanical Documentation of Tallgrass Prairie, a project in which she is documenting 200 native tallgrass prairie plants and building an image database for scientific and educational use. 122 more words
Short Course at The Ruskin: Botanical Drawing
Artist, author and teacher,
Sarah Simblet, will teach a one-week short course in botanical drawing this summer. Her summer course complements the beautiful and highly regarded book, … 142 more words