Conserving our planet's botanical resources and ecosystems


Tour Showcases Red Bug Slough to the Public

Herald Tribune Article by Kazuaki Nagata
New College of Florida students and Sarasota County residents got to explore Red Bug Slough on Sept. 2 as part of a special guided tour hosted by the college.

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Adina Paytan

Adina Paytan Drinking with a Lobster!
Biography The major focus of Dr. Paytan’s research is understanding marine biogeochemical cycles in the present and the past. Dr. Paytan was born and raised in Israel and after a mandatory military service of two years went traveling to India and Nepal

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The Second Meg Lowman Treetop Camp

The Elmira Star-Gazette takes a look at the second Meg Lowman Treetop Camp at Tanglewood Nature Center:
A close look at nature was a way 12 girls could appreciate the opportunities around them as they attended the second Meg Lowman Treetop Camp at Tanglewood Nature Center and Museum

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New scientific field station to be built in Sarasota County

From scgovNEWS:
SARASOTA (THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2005) – Thanks to an innovative partnership between Sarasota’s scientific, educational and economic communities, Sarasota County may soon have a scientific field station in the Myakka Watershed that will cultivate intellectual and financial capital and address future ecological needs.
In September, approximately 20

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