Woods in the Morning, Wine in the Afternoon


Spend the mornings learning to read the landscape, understand its past, live its present, and anticipate its future in the rich ecosystems of Door County, where natural phenomena seduce the spirit and transfix the mind. Field walks, plant identifications, and stimulating discussions heighten one’s appreciation of nature. Then, enjoy leisurely afternoons discussing the scientific and cultural dimensions of wine while indulging in some delectable wine tasting sessions. 

Nicholas Maravolo has published widely in botany during his fifty-year tenure as professor of biology at Lawrence University. He has taught on a wide range of environmental concerns. His fieldwork has taken him to the Pacific Rim, Central and South America, and Europe, as well as the American West. Maravolo has taught wine science and appreciation to a variety of audiences and has traveled the world to experience the ambience and tastes of various wine countries.


Date: 
Sunday, September 16, 2018 to Friday, September 21, 2018
Fee(s): 
$895 double; $1,175 single; $450 commuter
Topic(s): 
Nature & Earth Science

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