6 Botany Tutors Found Near Fairfield, CA



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Louis H.

Botany Tutor

Vallejo, CA 94590

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 30 ratings

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Here to Help You in Your March to Success!

I have been a horticulturist for many years, now. I became interested in gardening when I moved into a home with a very big backyard. I hired a gardener who was just starting out on his own in the business figuring while he had a head start we would learn gardening together. I enrolled and completed a two year extension course in horticulture at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and received a Certificate in Gardening and Horticulture. The course included plant identification, botany and plant taxonomy, soil science, and gardening techniques and practices. [more]


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Lonappan C.

Botany Tutor

Roseville, CA 95661

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Tutor For Biology & Science

I have a Bachelor degree with Botany as a major subject and also learnt many concepts of Botany during my post graduation too. I have been teaching many concepts of Botany to high school students for last 20 years. It is easy to learn Botany as we can easily relate to the real life examples around us and easily observe various phenomena. Learning Botany is fun! I am a post graduate in Life Science with a teaching degree BEd. I also have a Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers and Trainers [CIDTT] from University of Cambridge. I have received International Baccalaureate Diploma t [more]


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Deborah M.

Botany Tutor

Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

Will travel 10 miles

$70 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Teacher Trainer | Master's | Native English + Spanish | Science

I received my degree in Biological Science from California Polytechnic State Univeristy, San Luis Obispo. While studying there, I was very interested in Botany and Plant Biology. In lieu of a Botany major at the university, I opted for the concentration in Field & Wildlife, which included many zoology courses, plant taxonomy, and field botany. I also took a plant diversity course for prospective teachers, plant physiology, ethnobotany (the use of plants in society and civilization), and organic chemistry. In addition, I studied tropical plant biology at the National Tropical Botanical Gardens [more]



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Tamalyn S.

Botany Tutor

Santa Rosa, CA 95401

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.33 3 ratings

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Biologist/Botanist with Molecular Genetics Background. Math too.

I have an BS, MS and PhD in a botanically related fields. I also worked professionally (for over 10 years) and published papers in botany. I taught numerous botanical courses at Utah State University and University of Illinois. I have at least 60 semester hours of Botany and Ecology. I understand cultivated plants, plant systematics, plant identification, plant anatomy and molecular biology of plants. I also worked as an Assistant Curator at the Intermountain Herbarium and the Worldwide Collection of the Triticeae. [more]


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George V.

Botany Tutor

Sacramento, CA 95816

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Wildlife Biologist/Biology, Enviro Studies, Chem, Algebra teacher

As a wildlife biologist for 15 years I conducted numerous habitat assessments and vegetation surveys. I also TA'd Natural History of Plants in College, and constructed and managed wetland mitigation banks whose success was dependent on my vegetation surveys each year. I'm a dedicated, passionate teacher and motivational speaker who knows how to connect with struggling students. As a member of the 1981 San Francisco 49er's Super Bowl championship team, I developed hydrocephalus (water on the brain), and survived 3 emergency VP Shunt brain surgeries in 8 months at age 23. In 1986, I returned t [more]


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Felicia K.

Botany Tutor

Oakland, CA 94609

Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

4.93 27 ratings

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Photography & Computer Tutoring

Botany was my minor in college. I had the pleasure of taking biology, botany, plant physiology, and other interesting classes. I spent much time in a laboratory with my face in a microscope! College was also when I discovered my green-thumb, spending hours working in our campus greenhouse. I apply my botanical knowledge to my ever-fruiting produce garden and an unreasonable collection of houseplants. I combine my plant interests with my photography career in the form of chlorophyll printing, a photography process exploiting the mechanism of photosynthesis. [more]