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2017 E-Catalog
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2017 Adult Education Courses
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2017 Aquatic Invertebrates and their Role in Stream Ecology and Biomonitoring
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2017 Beginning Dragonflies
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2017 Birds and Botany of Lassen Volcanic National Park
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2017 Botany 101 on Dutchman Peak
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2017 Botany Courses
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2017 Courses by Date
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2017 Discovering the Mysterious Plants of the Marble Mountain Wilderness
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2017 Edible Mushrooms of the Siskiyous
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2017 Edible Mushrooms of the Southern Cascades
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2017 Exploring the Hidden World of Truffles
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2017 Forest Mushrooms
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2017 Geologic Tour of the Newer Siskiyous
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2017 Geology of Big Red Mountain
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2017 Geology of Crater Lake National Park - SOLD OUT
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2017 Instructors
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2017 Intermediate Plant I.D. : Asteraceae and Penstemons
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2017 Intro to Coastal Flora and Fauna, Pelagic Birds and Marine Mammals
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2017 Introduction to Butterflies and Moths of the Siskiyous
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2017 Orienteering
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2017 Rare Lichens of Oregon
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2017 Naturalist Certificate Program
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PO Box 207
1241 Illinois River Rd
Selma, OR 97538
Phone: (541) 597-8530
Fax: (541) 597-8533
Contact: Siskiyou Field Institute

Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
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2017 Courses by Date

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February 25-26 - Gull I.D. Workshop

March 5 - Raptors of the Klamath Basin
March 30-31 - A Naturalist's Guide to Beetles of Southern Oregon

April 1 - Ticks of Southern Oregon: Identification, Ecology and Protection
April 8 - Table Rock Geology and Its Impact on Plant Communities
April 11 -12 - Delving into the Lichen Genus Cladonia
April 22 - A Kalmiopsis Exploration
April 29 - A Serpentine Short Course

May 6-7 - Birding Del Norte County
May 13 - ​Seabirds and Marine Mammals on the Redwood Coastal Trail
May 14 - Frontal Watersheds of the Coast Range
May 18-21 - Sketch Your Way to Better Botany
May 20 - Spring Mushroom Foray
May 20 - Four Dams Down: Anticipating the Klamath Aftermath
May 23  - 24 - Siskiyou Bumble Bees
May 26-29 - Wilderness Skills Backpacking Trip in the Kalmiopsis

June 4 - Pollinator Ecology
June 6 - Basic Microscopy Webinar
June 7 - Basic Microscopy All-Day Workshop
June 8 - Preparing Voucher Specimens
June 9-11 - Lichens and Flora of Lava Beds
June 17 - Birding the Wood River by Canoe
June 19-21 - Intro to Butterflies and Moths of the Siskiyous
June 23-24 - Intermediate Plant I.D. : Graminoids
June 25 - Coastal Marine Life
June 26-28 - Intermediate Plant I.D. : Asteraceae and Penstemons

July 8-9 - Beginning Dragonflies
July 14-16 - Discovering the Mysterious Plants of the Marble Mountain Wilderness
July 15 - Geology of Big Red Mountain
July 16 - Botany 101 on Dutchman Peak
July 28-30 - Geology of Crater Lake

August 4-6 - Birds and Botany of Lassen Volcanic National Park
August 7-8 - Aquatic Vertebrates in Stream Ecology and Biomonitoring
August 19 - Orienteering
August 19-20 - A Geologic Tour of the Newer Siskiyous
August 25-27 - Intro to Coastal Flora and Fauna, Pelagic Birds and Marine Mammals​

September Date to be Announced - Rare Lichens of Oregon

October 21 - Edible Mushrooms of the Southern Cascades

November 3-5 - Forest Mushrooms of Southwest OR / Northwest CA
November 12  -  Edible Mushrooms of the Siskiyous
November  17-19  -  Exploring the Hidden World of Truffles







November 18-20 - Exploring the Hidden World of Truffles 
 

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