The Naturalist in all of us. Cornell’s Master Naturalist Program lead by Krsiti Sullivan, an extension associate in the Department of Natural Resources, was featured in the latest issue of Life in the Finger Lakes Magazine.
“The Master Naturalist Program is a statewide, adult education initiative “designed for educators, land trust personnel, private landowners, land managers, natural resource professionals, and citizens with a passion for our natural environment,” according to a program brochure. Implemented in 2010, the certification process requires individuals to complete 30 hours of instruction in three subject areas – ecosystems, conservation issues and identifying organisms – and 30 hours of volunteer participation in an environmental project tailored to his or her personal interests.”
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