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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Registration will open on May 1, 2023. Please watch for an email from your chapter coordinator for more information. For a complete guide on this
World Migratory Bird Day Walk, May 13th, 8am, Ward Hollow Wildlife Habitat
You’re invited to join members of the Handlan Chapter of the Brooks Bird Club to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day, 8 am Saturday morning, May
Webster County Nature Tour
Once again it is time to venture to the mountains of Webster County, WV for the Webster County Nature Tour scheduled May 5-7, 2023 to
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