To synthesize and implement their knowledge, participants will work in small groups to complete a small capstone project related to education/interpretation, stewardship, or citizen-science. The capstone is a fun, low-stakes opportunity to try out volunteer activities in a supportive environment.
• The participant fee is $275 and includes all materials.
• Need-based scholarships are available.
• Attendance is essential. Only four hours of training may be missed.
• It’s a fun and motivational learning environment!
Typically, 10-15 Master Naturalist trainings are held across the state annually, and their locations, dates, and schedules vary based on the host organization.
Looking ahead to 2021: The Master Naturalist program continues to work with host organizations to develop a 2021 training calendar, along with new training guidelines and resources to promote healthy and engaging learning environments out in nature and in the classroom. Watch for locations and dates to be announced beginning February 1. We hope that additional trainings may be added throughout the year—keep checking this page for the latest offerings.
August 6 - August 28, 2021
Friends of Pheasant Branch Conserva...
August 17 - September 30, 2021
Schlitz Audubon Nature Center