Update to Eagle Hill Seminars for this Summer

Join the people at Eagle Hill this summer for a week-long, natural history seminar taught by expert field biologists. Eagle Hill is located on the coast of Maine, between Acadia National Park and Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge. For more details click here

Eagle Hill Institute’s 2024 Vascular Plants and Related Seminars

Jun 30 – Jul 6 Grasses and Sedges as a Way to Read the Landscape *1 Brett Engstrom and Jerry Jenkins
Jul 14 – 20 Grass Identification: An In-depth Review Dennis Magee and Rick Van de Poll
Jul 28 – Aug 3 Natural Communities of the Maine Coast: An In-depth Experience for Field Botanists and Naturalists *1 Robert Wernerehl and Kristen Puryear
Aug 4 – 10 Submersed and Emergent Aquatic Flowering Plant *1 *F C. Barre Hellquist
Aug 11 – 17 Ferns and Lycophytes: Identification, Biology, and Natural History *2 Robbin Moran, Carl Taylor, Alejandra Vasco
Aug 25 – 31 Pressing Plants for Art and Science *F Daniel Atha
Sep 8 – 14 Identification of Trees and Woody Plants of the Northern Forest: A Wholistic Approach Erika Mitchell

For general information, the registration form, seminar flyers, and a complete calendar:


If you have any questions about the content of the seminar, please reach out to the seminar instructor(s), whose contact info can be found on the seminar flyer. If a seminar you are interested in is full, and you would like to be put on the waitlist, please fill out the application form.

If you have any questions about registering for the seminar, please contact us at office@eaglehill.us.

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