What is a Master Naturalist?
The mission of the West Virginia Master Naturalist Program is to train interested people in the fundamentals of natural history, nature interpretation and teaching, and to instill in them an appreciation of the importance of responsible environmental stewardship. The program will also provide a corps of highly qualified volunteers to assist government agencies, schools, and non-government organizations with research, outdoor recreation development, and environmental education and protection.
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Cumberland East CFA Meeting
Please join the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, The Nature Conservancy and other local partners to help develop Action Plans for the Cumberland East
In Memory of Clark Andrew Dixon, Jr.
The West Virginia Master Naturalist organization is sadden to hear of the passing of or Clark Dixon who coordinated our Potomac Valley Chapter. Our hearts
“Nature’s Best Hope” with author Douglas Tallamy
The National Conservation Training Center invites you to watch their next live event: NCTC Conservation Lecture Series: “Nature’s Best Hope” with author Douglas Tallamy Sep
West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey announces their 2022 Visiting Geology Schedule
Planning on visiting one of West Virginia’s state parks this summer? Check to see if one of the Visiting Geologists may be there! * July
Conference Registration is Now Open!
We hope to see you in 2022 at Chief Logan State Park! The 2022 West Virginia Master Naturalist State Conference will be held from Friday,