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14 new Virginia Master Naturalists graduate

A class of 14 new Virginia Master Naturalists graduated last month from the Basic Training Course hosted by the Northern Neck chapter of Virginia Master Naturalists.

The intensive classroom and field training provides an overview of topics such as mammals, insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds, botany, geology, and the relationships within ecosystems. Classes are presented by local experts.

Additionally, 40 hours of volunteer service and eight hours of continuing education are required annually to certify as a master naturalist. Basic Training Course graduates Tim Bradshaw and Judy Thomas have already completed their service and continuing education requirements. Many of their classmates are close behind.

Virginia Master Naturalists, a community-based volunteer organization, help conserve and manage natural resources and public lands through projects, citizen science, education, and more. The program is run in partnership with seven state agencies, including Virginia Cooperati...

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