of West Virginia
West Virginia Master Naturalists State Conference
June 13 - 15, 2014
Approximately 100 nature-lovers gathered for a wonderful weekend of classes and workshops!
Program topics included: Black Bears, Tracking, Nature Photography, Native Plants in Appalachian Culture, Native Orchids, Appalachian Geology and much more!
Anyone have any pictures from the state meeting that you wish to share?
Walt Kordek sitting on the front porch of Graceland.
Pictures from Joe Morton
There are eleven currently active Master Naturalist Chapters located around the state and more can be expected to be added as interest develops.
If you are interested in becoming a West Virginia Master Naturalist, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill-out the form available under the "Contact Us" heading in the Menu Bar at the top of this page.
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which will take you to the Official West Virginia Master Naturalist website which is operated by the Wildlife Resources Section of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.