Fungal Ecology: From Forest to Farm (or Garden!)
Lifelong Learning

Ever wonder how a forest can sustain itself without fertilizers, pesticides, or tractors? Better yet, have you considered if this is possible in your farm or garden? Well, it is! First, we need to understand the roles that fungi play in natural and cultivated ecosystems. We'll take a look at the shortcomings of current agricultural practices and then explore the ways that fungi can help us reduce our environmental impact while improving crop yields and quality.

This course is part of the Green Thumb Series
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Class Sections For Fungal Ecology: From Forest to Farm (or Garden!) (LLHG 480)

Fall 2022 Section 1, Starting on: 10/03/2022

This class takes place in person at the University Connected Learning and Continuing Education building (540 Arapeen Drive, SLC). Class is limited to 12. Special fee is for class handouts. Please view the University of Utah's current Covid guidelines for attending classes on campus at https://coronavirus.utah.edu/

Date(s) Day Time Location
10/03/22 M 6:30 pm -8:30 pm UUCE 132
Tuition: $39.00      

Instructor: KATIE LAWSON

Registration for this class will close on 10/02/2022 at midnight

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