The University of Florida Institute of Food and Argricultural Sciences’ Florida Master Naturalist Program Conservation Science presents a Florida Master Naturalist Program Conservation Science Special Topics Course, sponsored by Nassau and Duval county Extension from September 26 through 28. The course is a series of three eight-hour workshops that cover biodiversity, ecosystem integrity, and conservation strategies through classroom presentations and field discussions. The course is open to the public. Classroom sessions will be held at the Yulee County Building, Cary State Forest, North Florida Land Trust properties, and White Oak Conservation.
Course instructors are Lili Kolluri, Lauren Watkins, and Carol Wyninger. Course fee begins at $155. Student requirements include attendance, participation, and enthusiasm. Advance registration is required, and deadline is September 21.
For more information or to register visit www.masternaturalist.org. For further questions call (904) 220-0232 or (904) 530-6356, or email [email protected] or [email protected]