(11/28/2005)
The Master Naturalist Program is a cooperative project of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, WVU Extension Service, Canaan Valley Institute, and Davis and Elkins College.

Those interested in the natural world, want to contribute to the scientific knowledge needed to conserve our natural resources or share what they know about nature are encouraged to participate in the program.

Individuals taking 64 hours of training and providing 30 hours of volunteer work can become Certified Master Naturalists.

This program is in its first year, and until recently, has been held exclusively at state parks.

Educators, you to can be a part of the Master Naturalist Program by becoming an instructor for these classes. Send us an e-mail and let us know what classes you would be interested in instructing and what your qualifications are.

We are currently accepting applications for the next Gilmer County Master Naturalist Program. For more information contact Bill Church at (304)462-5835, Daniel Reed (304)462-4337, or Sheila Ables (304)462-5038 or email: masternaturalist@gcmna.com

To submit an online application, go to www.gcmna.com

Or mail completed applications to:

Gilmer County Master Naturalist Association
1517 Lower Cedar Creek Road
Glenville, WV 26351


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