The Middle Peninsula Chapter of Virginia Master Naturalists will begin a training course for interested Middle Peninsula residents in the fall, with applications accepted through May 31.
The chapter currently has more than 60 members and seeks more to help conserve and manage the environment and the natural resources in the five counties it serves on the Middle Peninsula, a release stated.
The Basic Training Course covers background knowledge and skills to prepare students for their volunteer service. The course begins at the end of August and concludes around the end of January. Classes will be provided online via Zoom, during the evening on Wednesdays. In-person field trips are a part of the training and will be conducted on some Saturdays.
For more information and to apply, email Middle Peninsula Master Naturalists at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information is also available at https://middlepeninsulamasternaturalists.com.
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