Wisconsin Master Naturalist Program Hosted at Schlitz Audubon
Schlitz Audubon is a host location for the Wisconsin Master Naturalist (WIMN) program. These courses are taught by Schlitz Audubon Naturalists who are certified as WIMN educators. Per the WIMN website: “The mission of the Wisconsin Master Naturalist Program is to promote awareness, understanding, and stewardship of the natural environment by developing a corps of well-informed citizens dedicated to conservation education and service within their communities.”
Click here to learn about the 2018 Wisconsin Master Naturalist Volunteer Training Course, beginning on August 21.
Wisconsin Master Naturalist Course Details
- Perfect for anyone interested in citizen science, environmental education, land stewardship, and careers in this field.
- Taught by Schlitz Audubon Naturalists who are certified by WIMN.
- Recognized and certified by UW-Extension.
- Taught throughout the state, Schlitz Audubon is one of the host sites.
- Takes place during 10 evening classes and 2 Saturday field trips – not during the workday.
- Requires 40-hours of course-related volunteering.
- Capstone presentation required.
For more information or to register, visit the Wisconsin Master Naturalist website.
Schlitz Audubon Senior Ecologist Don Quintenz also offers a different Master Naturalist program, which is presently full. For more information about the Schlitz Audubon Master Naturalist Program, please contact Don Quintenz at 414-352-2880 x156.