Beginning Tree Identification eCourseI have compiled a beginner 4-day eCourse for recognizing and keying major tree species using the Internet. Although there is a wealth of information online to assist those curious about trees, taking this eCourse makes naming a tree a lot easier.
Who Should Take The eCourse?
I've created lessons that break the identification of trees into four major content areas. The lessons will come to you in the form of a daily email newsletter and designed to help the forest and tree enthusiast as well as students studying trees.
How Long Is The eCourse?
The lessons will come to you as a daily email newsletter. They will begin immediately and be sent over the next four days.
How Do I Get Started?
Sign up below and your first 4-Day tree identification lesson will arrive shortly - if it doesn't, see the "Don't Miss an Issue" section. When the last newsletter arrives you are automatically unsubscribed - no action required on your part. To unsubscribe earlier use the link at the end of one of the newsletters.
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