Intermediate courses of current areas of interest which vary each semester. Topics have included environmental health, energy, regional planning, international studies, literature, ethics, and natural area management. Prerequisites: One environmental course, sophomore standing.
Barbara Raab ()
May 20 - June 14, 2013; Students will be responsible for paying the $15.00 lab fee to the field trip vendors directly
ENVS 195 Plant-Based Healing Medicine Summer 2013 60451 / 3 credits / Barbara Raab / TWR 9:00am-12:45pm /Room undecided/ May 21 ? June 13 This course focuses on the science and art of using plants in the natural approach to health and healing. The present-day context of phytotherapy within the realms of both complementary and conventional allopathic medicines is explored. The harvesting, preparation, storage, and relative safety-toxicity of herbs are covered in addition to lifestyle choices and specific herbs as support for specific systems of the body. Field trips to Shelburne Museum?s Apothecary Shop and Barbara?s gardens and home pharmacy are included. Lab fee: $15. Enrollment Limit: 20.
Course runs from to
Hills Agri Sci 017 (View Campus Map)
to on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
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