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Monday, January 30, 2012

Upcoming Minnesota Master Naturalist Instructor Training

Minnesota Master Naturalist.pngThe Minnesota Master Naturalist Program is a volunteer program that trains adults about Minnesota`s natural resources, teaches how to educate others, and provides opportunities to do conservation projects. We rely on a corps of trained instructors, who deliver Master Naturalist courses across MN. Your organization can offer these 40-hour courses by sending a staff member to the Instructor Training course.

A few seats are left in our February 9-10 Instructor Training in Minneapolis. You must have a letter of support from your agency or organization and pay 75.00 to participate in the training. If you conduct a training of your own within one year, you will receive a refund of the 75.00. Students are asked to bring their own laptops and LCD projectors if they have one. The focus of the training is to teach you to use the materials prepared by the Master Naturalist program, not content. We ask that potential instructors have a degree or experience in a related field. Lunch and snacks are provided. If you have special dietary needs please let us know. Scholarships are available. If you have questions, please call 1-888-241-4532.

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