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Experience a great Explore! class

Experience a great Explore! class

Register for Explore! classes in person at the R.H. Johnson Rec Center Administrative Office, 19803 R.H. Johnson Blvd., from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Or visit HERE to view the class list and register online.

Program Coordinator Tamra Stark is also available to answer your questions or help you with registration at 623-544-6194 or

FORENSIC BOTANY, How Plants Help to Solve Crimes, 6 pm to 8 pm, Thursday, May 11, RH Johnson Lecture Hall; $10 fee.

Learn about the world of forensic botany and how plants and plant parts, including pollen, seeds, leaves, flowers, fruits and wood are being used in the investigation of criminal cases, legal questions, disputes, or, in non-criminal cases, to ascertain cause of death or former location. Forensic botanists look to plant life in-order-to gain information regarding possible crimes.

Instructor Ken Sweat, PhD has taught various biology courses at ASU since 2000. His previous experience included natural resource consulting, endangered species survey and ecotourism.

  1. Juanita Coleman says:

    Please offer this class again. I just cannot do it tomorrow, May 11.

  2. Multimedia says:

    Hi Juanita, we passed your comment along to the Explore! Program coordinator.

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