Become a Maryland Master Naturalist!
2018 Class February 26 – June 11
at the American Chestnut Land Trust
Share your love of nature! A “Master Naturalist” is a citizen scientist who is dedicated to the care and conservation of Maryland’s natural environment. Certified Master Naturalists can share their expertise with the public, participate in research, and guide hikes and canoe trips.
ACLT is now accepting applications for its 6th Annual Maryland Master Naturalist Class
- Classes will take place on Monday nights from 6-9pm from February through June in Prince Frederick
- There will also be 4 field trips:
Wed 3/21 – Herp Hunt; Sat 4/28 – Ornithology; Sat 5/19 – Dendrology; Sat 6/9 – Canoe Trip on Parkers Creek
- Classes cover Maryland natural history topics such as: geology, birds, mammals, Chesapeake Bay issues, fresh and salt water ecology, tree identification and many more.
- Once certified as a naturalist, participants are required to complete 40 volunteer service hours per year to maintain certification.
- The class fee is $250. Limited scholarships are available based on need.
- Applications Due by February 9th, 2018
Want to know what the class experience is like? Check out our latest blog post from Master Naturalist and ACLT staff member Mike Molina.
Questions? Contact ACLT Land Manager and Program Coordinator, Autumn Phillips-Lewis, at 410-414-3400 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or Mail to:
ACLT Master Naturalist Program
PO Box 2363
Prince Frederick, MD