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  • Parking and Transportation - Conference Rental Program - SF State Downtown Campus
    Mission Street AC Transit 510 891 4777 Golden Gate Transit 511 or 415 455 2000 Amtrak Amtrak offers bus pick up and drop off from the station in Emeryville directly to Westfield San Francisco Centre Look for the Amtrak sign on Market Street in front of American Eagle Outfitters Plan Your Trip with the 511 TakeTransit Trip Planner Car We are located directly off Highways 101 280 and 80 From the North Take the Golden Gate Bridge to the Lombard Exit Turn right on Van Ness Avenue left on Eddy to Market Street From the East Take Highway 80 Bay Bridge to the Fifth Street Downtown exit to Market Street From the South Take 101 North to the Seventh Street exit Turn right on Bryant then left on Fifth Street Yahoo Driving Directions Yahoo Map Parking Valet parking is available by Westfield at the Mission Street entrance adjacent to Bloomingdale s Nordstrom Valet is offered to the public at the 5th Street Entrance to the San Francisco Centre Self Park Garages Mason O Farrell Garage 325 Mason Street San Francisco CA 94102 415 673 6757 map Mason O Farrell Garage offers SF State students employees and guests special parking rates mention that you are a SF State guest The public garage is located at the corner of Mason Street and O Farrell Street 3 blocks from the SF State Downtown Campus The garage is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week Effective Jan 1 2013 the discounted rates are as follows Park up to 9 hours 10 00 Monthly Parking 250 00 month in out privilege Regular Parking Rates are as follows Daily Rate 4 00 every 30 mins Daily Max 32 00 24 hrs Early Bird 15 00 in between 4AM 10AM out by 7PM Early Evening

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~downtown/rental/parking.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Sierra Nevada Field campus
    plans All full time students from any university is entitled to 30 off costs for food and camping Lodging Alternatives For those of you who wish to explore other lodging here is a link to the Sierra County Lodging SNFC is 1 mile from Bassett s Station and 6 miles from Sierra City It is wise to make reservations early as most rooms are full by late June Great Food

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sierra/Accommodations.html (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Sierra Nevada Field campus
    6 00 pm in collaboration with the instructor and a knowledgeable graduate student assistant All equipment microscope slides cover slips and reagents required for accurate determination of specimens will be provided In the evenings several lectures and slide shows will be presented and the laboratory will be open for additional work on collections If sufficient quantities of edible fungi are collected they will be prepared for consumption and served to the class by the camp s chef Instructor Dennis Desjardin Class Schedule Participants should plan to arrive Sunday afternoon in time to attend an orientation lecture on Sunday evening at 8 00 pm The last class meeting ends 12 00 noon Friday Supplies and Other Useful Items Field Equipment Collecting basket Wax paper Sturdy knife A small hand cultivator or garden trowel for digging truffles A 10X hand lens Optional Textbooks HOW TO IDENTIFY MUSHROOMS TO GENUS I Macroscopic Features by David Largent Order at Amazon KEYS Photocopies of Keys to the Spring Fungi of the Sierra Nevada written by Dr Dennis E Desjardin may be purchased from the instructor at the Field Camp approx 15 Other references will be available in the laboratory including monographs of selected genera common

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sierra/Course_Fungi.html (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Sierra Nevada Field campus
    outside the Dining Hall Each day we ll spend a varying combination of time indoors in the field and around Camp with optional informal sunset painting after dinner Our walks will range from 1 4 mile up to 3 miles over moderate terrain Our final meeting will conclude by early afternoon on Friday Supplies and Other Useful Items Art Supply List 3 full size sheets 140 lb hot press and or cold press watercolor paper Arches or Fabriano are recommended Buy the best you can afford Student grade papers will not work as nicely as better papers will Cut or tear each sheet into 6 equal pieces measuring approximately 10 X 11 inches One full size sheet of watercolor paper usually 22 x 30 inches will yield six 10 X 11 inch pieces You must be sure to do this before coming to Field Camp No 2 or HB drawing pencil Prismacolor pencil in the color Cream Pencil sharpener Kneaded eraser Fine or extra fine black felt tip pen such as Pigma micron in size 01 Optional other colored pencils and or pastel pencils you may already have Two large bull dog clips Light weight drawing board at least 11 x 12 inches Ruler at least 12 inches or longer 1 push pin One manilla file folder 1 lid from a one quart yogurt container I ll bring a few if you don t have one Folding palette with ample mixing space Plastic lettuce bin cover butcher tray open palette or other large open paint mixing space 10 and 6 round watercolor brushes Winsor Newton sable or synthetic brushes Cotman Cirrus Septre Gold Series 7 or any other brushes you like will be fine Travel brushes and or Pentel water brushes are quite useful Creative Mark Rhapsody round watercolor brushes are an especially good deal for a decent brush It will pay off over time to buy the best brush you can afford Foam or flat brush at least 2 inches wide cheap craft or house painting brushes are fine Optional brushes 1 4 inch angle brush and script rigger or liner brush Four small containers for paint mixing painting water such as a yogurt container or jar Small spray bottle Rag or paper towels Tube watercolor paints Please do your best to find these colors They are the colors I strongly recommend for any basic watercolor kit and will give you the best results during our workshop With these paints you can mix more colors than you ll ever need The better brands are Winsor Newton Daniel Smith M Graham Utrecht and Holbein All are readily available in art supply stores and online I will have extra paint to share so if you are missing a color you will be OK Quinacridone rose or pink purple biased red Cadmium red orange biased red Ultramarine blue purple biased blue Phthalo or cerulean blue green biased blue Lemon yellow or cadmium yellow pale or hansa yellow light green biased yellow Cadmium

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sierra/Course_Water_Colors_Flora.html (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Sierra Nevada Field campus
    at Yale University and the University of Washington She earned a BA in art practice from the University of California at Berkeley and in addition to Field Camp she teaches for San Francisco Center for the Book Sitka Center for Art Ecology and many more She is currently creating a series of unique artist s books called In Forests The In Forests books which record her experiences during treks on

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sierra/Instructor_AndieThrams.html (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Sierra Nevada Field campus
    over 20 years Schedule Students should arrive in time on Sunday evening to set up camp and attend an introductory class at 7 30 PM to introduce your ears to the class protocols and Monday s most likely songs Section 1 We will share the campus with the Fungi class Students should arrive on Sunday for the introductory meeting after dinner We will then meet each morning at 5 30 AM and bird around or near the campus returning for a hot breakfast at 7 AM and to pack our lunch We will then spend 4 hours at a variety sites Students are free for the remaining afternoon but we will return for lab work using recordings from 4 6 PM Class will end on Friday about noonish Section 2 We will share the campus with Cornell University s Bird Song Recording class Students arrive Sunday for the introductory meeting after dinner Every day plan to be out in the field by 6 00 AM with a packed cold breakfast nothing hot but the coffee tea We will return for a hot lunch around 12 30 PM Students are free for the remaining afternoon but we will return for lab work using recordings from 4 6 PM Class will end on Friday about noonish Equipment Binoculars field guides notebook An IPOD laptop with head set or similar a device will allow you to study recordings of local songs A folder with 150 bird songs in MP3 format can be downloaded here Each song has the names deleted from the recording in order for you to quiz yourself We will use these songs for our lab work Very Very Helpful Option I highly recommend that each student download a free copy of Cornell s software Raven Lite to a laptop and

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sierra/Course_BirdSong.html (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Sierra Nevada Field campus
    class should be highly informative somewhat rigorous and fun He has taught the World of Plants Nature Study Natural Sciences for Teachers Bird Banding and Bird Identification by Song classes at SNFC and continues to teach the latter there Jim taught at Everett Middle School and Wallenberg High School as a science teacher and was a lecturer at San Francisco State University for Biology 230 Introductory Biology for majors and

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sierra/Instructor_JimSteele.html (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Sierra Nevada Field campus
    next book www ahaherb com Lori Bellis is a botanist and herbalist from Reno who loves sharing her in depth understanding of the plant world Her focus is plants of the Great Basin and Eastern Sierras Nancy and Bill Harnach live in Sierra Valley and have studied and collected the plants of this region for over 25 years They have authored the Sierra Valley and Butterfly Valley sections of the California Native Plant Society book California s Wild Gardens A Living Legacy and led numerous field trips for both the California Native Plant Society and the Nevada Native Plant Society throughout the region Lynn Lacroix is an herbalist and wildcrafter living in the Sierra foothills who specializes in botanical products that she creates in her basement apothecary She has studied with Kathi Keville and a number of other herbalists Class Schedule Plan to arrive on Thursday evening since the first class meets at 8 30 Friday morning There will be optional class related evening activities Last class finishes at 3 00 PM on Sunday Supplies and Other Useful Items Field gear hand lens or hand held book map magnifier small spiral notebook 6X8 is good to carry on field trips for notes 3 ringed binder with heavy weight paper for plant samples scotch or botany tape for attaching plant samples pocket knife cloth grocery bag for collecting plant samples swimming suit and towel shoes boots plant press optional Be prepared for variable weather There will be some moderate slow hiking Camping gear warm sleeping bag flashlight camp chair bring your own tent or use tents with beds provided at the field campus Clothing Although days are generally warm or even hot at lower elevations be prepared for temperatures as low as freezing at night Variable weather clothing that may be

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sierra/Course_Medicinal%20Plants.html (2016-02-13)
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