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BFOR120 Forestry Resources
(4 Credits)
This course introduces you to identification, distribution, taxonomy, silvics, and utilization of native and ornamental shrubs and trees of New England.  Lectures will cover basics of plant taxonomy, forest ecology, and overview of dominant forest types typical of various regions of the U.S. Laboratory and field sessions will stress identification of species through whole tree view, leaf, twig, bark botany.  (Prerequisite:  FOR211)

BFOR211 Intro to Tree & Shrub Identification
(1 Credit)
An introduction to the morphology and classification of the common trees and shrubs of northern New England, stressing identification in the field.

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