Check out what’s going this month with Maricopa County Parks Chapter of the Arizona Master Naturalists! Kicking the month of with City Nature Challenge, with lots of super cool advanced training opportunities. Don’t forget to join our sponsor, Maricopa County Parks, for their Native Seed Collection project going on all this month! It’s a greatContinue reading “May 2021 Newsletter”
You can now purchase our chapter’s shirts, sweatshirts, mugs, hats, bags, stickers, and more at our CafePress store here. All proceeds go back to supporting our organization’s projects and operations. Get yourself some new trail gear to represent your favorite Arizona Master Naturalist chapter!
If you’re curious about what it takes to become an Maricopa County Parks Master Naturalist and weren’t able to make it to our first live info session, you can now check it out on YouTube! Enrollment for future cohorts begins in the Fall but you don’t have to wait for the leaves to change toContinue reading “MCPMN Course Info Session”
Our next chapter meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 23rd from 6PM to 8PM. We’re pleased to announce that we’ll have Dr. Ken Sweat from ASU speaking from 6PM-7PM about Cacti in Arizona. Please join us for an evening of fellowship and learning!
We’re very pleased to announce that the application materials for Cohort 3 are now available! You can read more about how to become an Arizona Master Naturalist and our training program here. We hope to see your application soon and invite you to share this opportunity widely with anyone who might be interested! Cohort 3–JoinContinue reading “MCPMN Cohort 3 Application is Now Available!”
AZMN MCP Chapter Meeting Wednesday, August 26th, 2020 6:00PM-8:00PM Goals: Professional Development Provide 1 hour Volunteer Provide 1 hour AT credit Volunteer hours earned by contributions to Chapter Meetings Chapter News and Progress Agenda: Welcome! Guest Speaker: Jeff Babson “Sky Islands” Book Review: Emily Williams “In Your Spare Time” Community Science Report: Kathy Balman andContinue reading “AZMN MCP Chapter Meeting”
The Arizona Backyard Naturalist project grew out of the final project of Jeni Ussery, a member of cohort two. The timing for the final project coincided with the COVID-19 stay-at-home order, and Jeni thought it might be nice for folks who were spending more time at home to be able to learn more about theContinue reading “Arizona Backyard Naturalist YouTube Channel”
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