A Project-based Course at the Oak Spring Garden Foundation, Upperville, Virginia - 10th June to 19th June 2020

November 13, 2019

A ten-day project-based course will be held for a small group of eight participants at the Oak Spring Garden Foundation (OSGF), Upperville, Virginia, 10th-19th June 2020. Participants will receive instruction in techniques and approaches for working with historical natural history materials and will also develop their own research projects using the OSGF collections.

 

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