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.”
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.