August 21-September 27
10 Tuesday/Thursday evening session and 2 Saturday Field Trips
The Wisconsin Master Naturalist Program is a statewide effort to train volunteers to participate in education, citizen science, and stewardship in their communities. In this 40 hour course, Schlitz Audubon Nature Center will provide training about the natural history of Wisconsin through classroom instruction, field experience, and two off-site field trips. The course also includes a capstone project, which provides an opportunity to practice some of the skills needed for volunteer work. Topics will include Geology, Ecology, Plant Communities, Wildlife, Interpretation, Water, Aquatic Life, and Human Impacts. Participants will receive certification upon successful completion of the course. Read more about the course at Schlitz Audubon.
This session of the Wisconsin Master Naturalist Program is full. For more information, see the Wisconsin Master Naturalist Website.