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PO Box 207
1241 Illinois River Rd
Selma, OR 97538
Phone: (541) 597-8530
Fax: (541) 597-8533
Contact: Siskiyou Field Institute

Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday-Thursday (winter hours)
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2018 The Art of Mt. Shasta Wildflowers - Saturday SOLD OUT

Lilium pardalinum                         Mt. Shasta Wildflowers cover

Lilium pardalinum from the Cal State University Chico Edward Stuhl Collection;
right, Mt. Shasta Wildflowers: A Field Guide cover 

Instructors: Leslie Tift and Paula Fong
Dates: Friday-Sunday, August 24-26, 2018
Location: Mt. Shasta, CA
Tuition: $165
Tuition for Sunday art and botany workshop on Mt. Shasta: $80
 
Join Siskiyou County naturalist Leslie Tift and Rogue Valley artist Paula Fong for a field course  on the spring-fed slopes of Mount Shasta rich with summer flowers. Using the botanical  paintings of Edward Stuhl and the field guide Mount Shasta Wildflowers, students will learn to identify local flowers by common and scientific names as they hike, and become familiar with botanical nomenclature. Weíll start with a Friday evening program on Mt. Shasta natural history and Stuhlís career presented by Michael Zanger, co-author of Mount Shasta Wildflowers.
 
During our Saturday trip to Edward Stuhlís painting cabin, Leslie will also teach some of the medicinal uses, ecology, propagation, restoration and symbiotic relationships of native plants, and provide general information about backcountry stewardship, local history, and bird identification. On our Sunday hike, Paula will provide a plein-air lesson on the basics of sketching in the field. Lodging is on your own.
 

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