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Plants of the Wetlands

at Chicago Botanic Garden - Glencoe

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Glencoe, Suburbs
1000 Lake Cook Road
Btwn Edens Exprsswy/Rt 41 & Green Bay Rd
Chicago, Illinois 60022
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Design Studio, Regenstein Center
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 12
Teacher: Peter Nagle

What you'll learn in this botany class:

Join Peter Nagle to discover wildflowers, sedges, rushes, and other native plants that inhabit our region’s wetlands. Learn how to identify a wide variety of wetland plants, while exploring their ecological function and aesthetic beauty. 

You’ll gain a deeper appreciation for the importance of native wetland plants—as well as the invasive plants that threaten wetland ecosystems. Please dress for the weather, as part of the class will be held outdoors.

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Refund requests must be submitted to [email protected] prior to the program’s start date. The registration fee will be refunded less a 10 percent processing charge.

Fees are nonrefundable and nontransferable on and after the program’s start date. We cannot refund fees requested on or after the start date of a program or for sessions missed due to student illness or other personal situations.

Registration fees for courses grouped and priced as a series will be considered one program and subject to all of the above guidelines. A refund request must be received prior to the start date of the series' first class session and will subsequently cancel your registration in every session of the series. If you choose to re-register for other sessions in the series, the special discount does not apply.

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