|A walk with Carl Linnaeus
| Date: 7/6 - 7/06
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One of the most acclaimed sci-entists in Europe at the time of his death in 1778, Linnaeus is known as the father of the modern taxonomy and a major contributor to modern ecology. Come explore how he might have observed the natural world looking at connections and relationships between living organisms as well as how they might be related to one another. A native of Sweden, Linnaeus was well known as a botanist, physician, and zoologist. This saunter along the Woods Walk trail will be focused on seeking out connections between living organisms and understanding how they relate to one another
Cost per person: free with admission
Program starts at 11:00am and lasts approximately 1 1/2 hours
Meet at the Woods Walk Picnic area.
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