[acn-l] Field Courses in Rainforest and Marine Ecology for

Mike Nolan (mnolan01 at sprynet.com)
Fri, 29 Dec 2000 15:29:54 -0500

Apologies for cross-postings....

We are a non-profit organization specializing in outstanding and
affordable Field Courses Rainforest and Marine Ecology presently offered
in nine countries (http://www.rainforestandreef.org). All programs are
operated by partner organizations that have shown a strong commitment to
conservation and education over time at each site. Ninety-nine percent
of all participation fees stay with our partners to assist in
conservation and education projects.

Local Guides and Biologists are featured in the study of natural
history, rainforest and coral reef ecology, medicinal uses of native
plants, conservation, land management, local cultures, archaeology,
geology and much more…In the past our programs have been represented by
University, Community College and High School groups, as well as
"independent participants"….University professors and students, K-12
teachers, science professionals and curious travelers. Past participants
have come from across the U.S., Canada, Latin America, Europe, Australia
and the Far East.

Three Undergraduate or Graduate credits are available for attending
through Aquinas College (http://www.aquinas.edu) of Grand Rapids,

Customized programs are available upon request.

Please consider offering these opportunities to Students, Faculty and
other interested parties.

Thank you for your time and consideration.


Mike Nolan, Director

Rainforest and Reef 501 (c)(3) non-profit
29 Prospect NE Suite #8
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503 USA
Phone/Fax: (616) 776-5928/Toll Free: (877) 769-3086
E-mail: rainforest at mail.org or mnolan01 at sprynet.com
Web: http://www.rainforestandreef.org
ICQ #62481102
"Outstanding-Affordable Field Courses in Rainforest & Marine Ecology"
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