KU Natural History Museum Event, Science on Tap- Little Known Stories about the

KU Natural History Museum Event, Science on Tap- Little Known Stories about the

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Since the 1860s, nearly 2,200 species of flowering plants, cone-bearing plants, and ferns have been documented in the wild in Kansas. Woody plants—trees, shrubs, and lianas—​are a relatively minor component of the state’s flora but have enormous influence on the ecology, history, culture, and economy of Kansas. Craig Freeman, curator of botany at the KU Biodiversity Institute, will highlight the roles of some of these species in shaping our landscapes, lives, and legacy.

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Event Details

Date: July 17, 2019
Time: 7:30pm - 8:30pm

Location:
Free State Brewing Company
636 Massachusetts St
Lawrence KS 66044

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Contact:
KU Natural History Museum
7858644450
biodiversity@ku.edu


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