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Ecology of Big Wood River among institute’s remaining summer classes

July 29, 2009
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The Idaho State University Sawtooth Science Institute’s  “Big Wood River Stream Ecology for Fly Fisherpeople” will take place July 30-31 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

The cost is $70 and credit is offered by Idaho State University for an additional $50.

Nice trout from the Big Wood River.

Other workshops remaining this summer include "Rocks and Ice," "GPS & GIS for the Classroom," "Snake River Birding at Massacre Rocks," "Teton River Birding" and "Henry’s Fork Birding."

The workshops are two-day adventures in natural history. Idaho State University offers upper-division credit for all courses or the courses may be attended for no credit.

More information is posted at www.isu.edu/ssi or contact Chris Gertschen at (208) 788-9686 or gertchri@isu.edu.


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