The Winthrop Rockefeller Institute had no choice but to close its Monarch Watch associated workshop due to lack of participation.
Lack of participation, a problem the UAM campus community knows all to well, halted Jim Edson from speaking at the event Oct. 26 - 27. Sandy Davies, special projects coordinator for the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute, said plans are underway for another Monarch related event.
"We have Jack Singleton coming for a tagging session," Davies said. "Also, since we are a Monarch way-station we would love to have Dr. Edson come back when we reschedule next fall."
The entire workshop consisted of sessions in each area:
Participants could choose five of these activities, though only three would be available per person, and could choose hands-on or observational participation.
"The whole workshop was not cancelled," Davies said, "only the butterfly garden part."
The cost to attend the workshop varied as follows:
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ŠThe Voice 2007
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