Courses

  • Summer 2018

    All Terms Offered

    • Fall 2018
    • Fall 2019

    Official Description

    As the demand for food increases, plants in ornamental landscapes will need to provide not only beauty but also species biodiversity critical for supporting sustainable food production. Course emphasizes species identification (predominantly herbaceous perennials), management, and planting design principles. Designing for multiple contexts, such as residential and community gardens, and large scale production sites, to provide multiple ecosystem services, especially supporting human aesthetic preferences, and habitat for pollinators. Course Information: Prerequisite: IB 103.

    TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
    This course if not available during the Summer 2018 semster
  • Fall 2018

    All Terms Offered

    • Fall 2018
    • Fall 2019

    Official Description

    As the demand for food increases, plants in ornamental landscapes will need to provide not only beauty but also species biodiversity critical for supporting sustainable food production. Course emphasizes species identification (predominantly herbaceous perennials), management, and planting design principles. Designing for multiple contexts, such as residential and community gardens, and large scale production sites, to provide multiple ecosystem services, especially supporting human aesthetic preferences, and habitat for pollinators. Course Information: Prerequisite: IB 103.

    TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
    Planting Biodivrsty&AestheticA69932ONL3 -    Andrea Faber Taylor
    Planting Biodivrsty&AestheticA69932LAB311:00 AM - 12:50 PM F  1303 Plant Sciences Laboratory Andrea Faber Taylor
  • Spring 2019

    All Terms Offered

    • Fall 2018
    • Fall 2019

    Official Description

    As the demand for food increases, plants in ornamental landscapes will need to provide not only beauty but also species biodiversity critical for supporting sustainable food production. Course emphasizes species identification (predominantly herbaceous perennials), management, and planting design principles. Designing for multiple contexts, such as residential and community gardens, and large scale production sites, to provide multiple ecosystem services, especially supporting human aesthetic preferences, and habitat for pollinators. Course Information: Prerequisite: IB 103.

    TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
    This course if not available during the Spring 2019 semster