Positive Participation with Nature: Ecological Restoration in Wisconsin,
by Mark K. Leach
E-book on disk.
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How Logic Models Can Help Your Environmental Group
be More Effective (tentative title)
by Marian Farrior and Mark K. Leach
Our newest book
The Nineteenth Century Flora of Dane County, Wisconsin: A Twenty-First Century Update by Mark K. Leach and Alexandra Zelles
This flora will be of interest to botanists, conservationists, and ecological restorationists. It provides evidence that over 1400 species of plants (including mosses) and lichens were growing in Dane County during Wisconsin's first few decades of statehood. Each species entry is annotated. The introduction includes an historical and ecological overview.
The e-book is published as an interactive PDF; requires Adobe Reader. 2.6 MB.
Mark Leach at Learners' Lounge
"Fire is good for prairie" is Thursday's topic at Learners' Lounge, at the Raw Deal, Menomonie, Wisconsin. Dr. Leach will discuss what the data reveal in his long-term studies of prairie vegetation.
"I am always delighted to speak at Learners' Lounge. The Raw Deal provides a relaxing venue where learners can enjoy their favorite beverage while increasing their knowledge."
Thursday, April 10, 6:30 pm.
The Raw Deal
603 South Broadway
715 231 3255
Webinar series on the Fundamentals of Ecology is postponed
Mark Leach is offering free webinars, basically an introductory course in ecology for the public. Leach says, "Those who enjoyed my 'science in taverns' series have been asking for more. Webinars are a way I can help meet your learning needs."