Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

Master Naturalist Chapter to Host Orientation Meeting at UC Friday

Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

Master Naturalist Chapter to Host Orientation Meeting at UC Friday

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The Kanawha Valley Chapter of the West Virginia Master Naturalist Program will hold an orientation meeting at 6 p.m. Friday, June 3, at the University of Charleston, School of Pharmacy building, Room 111. The West Virginia Master Naturalist Program, through coursework, volunteer opportunities and networking, allows individuals to increase their knowledge and appreciation of the natural world while helping their communities and the environment. Training is offered in a broad range of specialties in the fields of natural history and environmental education. Topics include mushrooms, wildflowers, insects, reptiles, birds, mammals, habitats, geology, fossils, nature interpretation and teaching, and more, all from a West Virginia perspective. Coursework plus volunteer time qualify the trainee for certification as a West Virginia Master Naturalist. …

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