- an initial 55-hour volunteer training,
- annual volunteer service,
- and continuing education in the natural sciences.
Seeking New Applicants for FALL 2015
The Pennsylvania Master Naturalist natural history training includes 55 hours of classroom (weekday evenings) and field sessions (Saturday or Sundays).
The Berks County training, coordinated by Berks Conservancy, will begin on August 25 and finish on November 7. Classroom sessions will take on Tuesday and/or Thursday from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Environmental Exploration Center at Angelica Park. Field sessions will take place on several Saturdays: September 12, September 26, October 24, and November 7th. For a complete schedule go tohttp://pamasternaturalist.org.
Individuals interested in the Pennsylvania Master Naturalist Fall Trainings are invited to apply. Applications should be postmarked by May 15, 2015. Applications and information about training can be found on Pennsylvania Master Naturalist’s website atwww.pamasternaturalist.org under “Become a Master Naturalist.”
For additional information or questions, please contact Michele Richards at firstname.lastname@example.org or (570)441-3364.