Distance Learning Registration: Endangered Plant Species of the World - Volume #16

Distance Learning Registration: Endangered Plant Species of the World - Volume #16

    Price: $330.00

    Code: Endangered

    Weight: 3.00 pounds


    Distance Learning Registration: Endangered Plant Species of the World - Volume #16
    Included with this course is Volume #16, Course Registration, exam, course review. Students who wish to have their work reviewed for this course must complete the home study program and submit the exam which can be found at the back of the book. One illustration of an endangered plant, in the medium of choice, is required for submission on this course. Refunds do not apply to this course as Students only purchase this On-Your-Own program when they are ready to submit their finished course for review.

    This course was written by John Beckner, (1932-2011), Botanist, especially for the Academy of Botanical Art. He states, "The universe is a whole, an interconnected system. All knowledge, all experiences ultimately relate to all others. In this course, some matters of great importance to human life are illuminated. The more you understand of the wider aspects, the better you can handle the more minute details, thus the better your technical skills can be developed. The wider and fuller your knowledge and your skill, the more you will help others, and the higher your professional stature will grow. Ultimately, all this will give you a solid, justified, rich sense of your own worth. It will surprise some people, but this subject is fun and full of humorous and stimulating items." Mr. Beckner was a longtime Florida botanist, horticulturist, and environmental consultant. Mr. Beckner was working in Florida and Caribbean plant taxonomy and ecology for more than fifty years. He is listed by The American Orchid Society as one of about two dozen top orchid experts accepted by them for identification work and has been an American Orchid Society judge for over 40 years. He taught ornamental plants, landscape design, genetics, and physiology at Pinellas Vocational Technical School, Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, Eckerd University, and Plant Morphology for Artists at Ringling College.
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