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The Ecology of Bird Loss Project: Can Seed Dispersal be Restored in Guam's Forests?

Dr. Haldre Rogers, an adjunct professor at the University of Guam Western Pacific Tropical Research Center is conducting research of what happens to a forest when native seed dispersers such as birds are no longer present in the place they once called home. For the first time, Rogers and her collaborators will also be examining possible ways to recover seed dispersal in the forests of Guam.

***POSTPONED*** THE EXCELLENT EGGPLANT WORKSHOP

***NOTE***

This Workshop has been POSTPONED. We hope to provide the new date / time soon.

 

THE EXCELLENT EGGPLANT WORKSHOP

Get more veggies in your diet by learning how to cook and grow them at home!

SATURDAY, July 26, 2014
UOG College of Agriculture and Life Sciences First Floor, Room 125
8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Class fee $20

Endangered Fruit Bat Survey: Fanihi Fans Assist Scientists

Mariana Fruit Bat

Attention All Banana Lovers: Big Banana Sale at the Department of Agriculture Nursery!!

Bananas For SaleRainy season is beginning, so it is a good time to start your banan

You Do Not Want These Ants in Your Pants!

The little fire ant (LFA), Wasmannia auropunctata, may have only a little more time to spend on Guam as the Department of Agriculture and the University of Guam are teaming up to begin eradication efforts around the island.

UOG: Hawaii Plant Extinction Prevention Program Conducts Training

Hayun Lagu TreeThis month, a team from the Hawaii Extinct

MS Environmental Science for Military

University of Guam Graduate Program in Environmental Science

TO OUR MILITARY NEIGHBORS: ACTIVE DUTY AND FAMILY MEMBERS

A SPECIAL WELCOME AND INVITATION

ANNOUNCEMENT: MA-085 Now Lecture-Based

For more information, please contact the College of Natural & Applied Sciences at 735-2000.

MA-085

 

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