Become a Minnesota Master Naturalist Volunteer

Discover the wonders of our natural resources and lead others by becoming a Minnesota Master Naturalist (MMN). Who can become a Minnesota Master Naturalist? Any adult who is curious and enjoys learning about the natural world, shares that knowledge with others, and supports conservation. If you enjoy hiking, bird watching, following tracks, or identifying wildflowers, you’ll love being a Minnesota Master Naturalist Volunteer.

The Minnesota Master Naturalist training courses consists of in-classroom training and field trips. Courses are designed to be a general overview of Minnesota’s three biomes: Big Woods, Big Rivers (BWBR); Prairies and Potholes (PP); North Woods, Great Lakes (NWGL); plus advanced training (ADV). The courses locally available are:

Jan. 14th to May 6th, 2015 – Big Woods Big Rivers at Anoka Ramsey Community College, Coon Rapids. Field trips will take place throughout northern Anoka County. The course cost is $275 and includes course manuals and supplies. For more information contact the course instructor 
Jennifer Braido (email).

Jan. 16th to May 8th, 2015Prairies and Potholes at Anoka Ramsey Community College, Cambridge. Class meet most Fridays (9am-1:10pm) through May 8th (class will not meet on Feb. 27th or March 13th.) Field trips will be incorporated into the class schedule. The course cost is $275 and includes course manuals and supplies. Registration is required. For more information contact the course instructor Peggy Guiney (email).

If the course cost is a hardship, please fill out the scholarship application and send (MMN).

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