“Advancing conservation, building community, and connecting Vermonters to the wild heart of place.”
Vermont Master Naturalist
- Connects people to nature, their neighbors, and their town through a series of place-based field trips where participants learn to read the landscapes of local natural areas from geology to plants and animals to land-use history and beyond.
- Partners with local organizations, schools, and town officials to match participants with volunteer projects designed to steward the unique natural heritage of the town.
- Encourages a lasting commitment to town conservation and planning through on-going public nature walks, tree planting, wildlife tracking, invasive plant removal and more.
- Awards beautifully illustrated Vermont Master Naturalist certificates upon completion of the program.
“I am not a naturalist because of what I know. I am a naturalist because it’s what I do.” For more information contact Alicia Daniel: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hats off to VMN Mad River Valley. After a Covid delayed launch in June 2020, they graduated in June 2021 following a beautiful hike seeing old trees along the Catamount Trail in Lincoln Gap. Longest and most revised season ever. Good luck to you all! Photo by Liz Thompson.
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