Field Station Natural History Workshops
We'll be offering Ecology and Physiology of Plants in Winter: Surviving the Big Chill again this winter on Jan. 6 & 7. Registration for this class will open soon! Visit the Winter Workshop page for a course description and fees.
A Very High Quality of Instruction
Our workshops offer a unique opportunity to explore focused topics in natural history under the guidance of noted authorities. Hands-on field and laboratory investigations teach ecology, evolution, use of taxonomic keys, and techniques. The workshops present college-level instruction and are designed to accommodate participants with a broad range of experience. The only prerequisite for any of the workshops is a keen interest in the topic. Enrollment in each session is limited to 20, providing an informal atmosphere and individualized instruction.
Available for College Credit
Students may receive Undergraduate or Graduate credit for some of our workshops by enrolling in UWM, Biological Sciences, 562, Topics in Field Biology. There is an additional tuition fee to receive credit. Click here for information on how to enroll for credit, and contact the Field Station for the specific requirements for completion of individual "Topics" courses.
All of our classes can also be taken for continuing education credits. You can request a certificate that documents your completion of the course. There is no additional charge for continuing education credits.
- Two day workshop schedule:
- Friday: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
- Friday evening: discussion, individual study in the lab, or social
- Saturday: 8:00 am to 3:00 pm
- Except Bird Migration:
- Friday and Saturday: 7:00 am to 4:00 pm
- See course descriptions for schedule of week-long and one-day classes
The workshop fee includes overnight accommodations (bring your own sleeping bag and towels). Tent space is also available. Four excellent meals (2 lunches, Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast) are provided at cost and are optional. All meals include plenty to satisfy vegetarians.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Cedarburg Bog.