The landscape of the American West is stunning and diverse but has changed dramatically over the eons. This course, Ecology of the American West from Ice and Fire to Bison and Cattle, will explore these changes, study flora and fauna, learn regional history, examine regional conservation efforts and ongoing conflicts between man and nature. You will study the ecology of the region by making daily excursions to nearby sites in Centennial Valley as well as Yellowstone National Park and Lewis and Clark’s Camp Fortunate. Additional opportunities such as horseback riding, hiking, canoeing, and bird watching will be available. Lodging and meals are provided.
Date/Time: June 15-20th 2013: Additional dates on Weber campus are required
Faculty: Dr Brian Barber (email@example.com)
Weber State Continuing Education/Credit Course
For more information and registration forms please contact Dr. Barber: firstname.lastname@example.org