Sunday, 18 September 2011

New botany course starts this Monday


David Bevan - formerly Haringey's Nature Conservation Officer, and one of London's recognised experts - he is Conservation Officer of the London Natural History Society - is again running his Botany Course at the HLSI (Highgate Literay & Scientific Institution). This two term course starts at 2.30 pm on Monday, September 19th at the HLSI in Pond Square, Highgate.

This course is designed for both beginners and more advanced students.  By the end of the course, which will be based on a study of plant families, participants should be able to name with confidence most of the wild flowers growing locally. This will be achieved through examining live and herbarium material, class discussions, slide shows, and a range of field visits.

Details of the Course, and how to enrol can be found on the HLSI website at:
http://www.hlsi.net/courses.aspx

Course times: Mondays   2.30pm - 4.30pm 
Terms: Sep 19 - Nov 28  (half term Oct 24)

and Jan 9 - Mar 19  (half term Feb 13)
Please note there is no Summer class.

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