October 20, 2007 10:02 PM
Instead of sitting there and completing a ten page long worksheets, I actually had a field trip to the Botanical Garden for this week’s Biology 1B Lab. To learn some of California’s unique plant communities and the species that they contain, we visited the Alpine Fellfield Community, the Vernal Pool Community, the Chaparral Community, the Serpentine Community and the Redwood Forest Community. (I won’t bore you with the details on the plants belonging to these communities cope with their environment.)
Even though it was raining the whole time, I still enjoyed it a lot. I strongly encourage all of you to pay a visit there sometime. It is free for students with an ID and you can ride the Hillside Line at Heart Mining Circle. If it is raining, the ticket window would give plastic raincoat for FREE!
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