|Become a Mater Conservationist in 2013|
|News Releases - Environment, Weather & Nature|
|Written by Amanda Heitz|
|Thursday, 17 January 2013 09:50|
If you are interested in understanding the nature around you and making good choices for the environment, the Iowa Master Conservationist program should be on your “to do” list for the new year.
The course will teach topics such as wildlife diversity, prairies and grasslands, wetlands and waste reduction. Participants will receive 32 hours of instruction from February to July, 2013 with many of the classes held at outside locations. A second part of the experience is participation in local natural resource related projects of the student’s choosing. Co-sponsored by Nahant Marsh and ISU Scott County Extension and Outreach, the course has support from the Extension Wildlife Programs at Iowa State University.
Registrations are accepted at ISU Scott County Extension and Outreach and there is a maximum class size of 25 so early registrations are encouraged. Participants must be 18 years of age and register by February 11, 2013. Cost is $150.
Contact the Scott County Extension office (563-359-7577) for registration information or Nahant Marsh (563-323-5196) for additional course information.
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