Training

Twilight in the Trees Seminar

Sponsored by Clemson Extension, Magnolia Plantation & Gardens and Natural Directions Tree Care Company Join the fine folks at Magnolia for an evening rooted in learning to grow beautiful landscape trees. Magnolia Gardens offers examples of many beautiful, mature landscape trees. Director of Horticulture, TOM JOHNSON willl lead participants on a tree identification walk on the grounds of …

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Advanced Training – Interpretation for the Master Naturalist

Saturday, January 11, 2014 9:00 AM -4:00 PM at Sesquicentennial State Park in Columbia, South Carolina Interpretation for the Master Naturalist is the final training required for those striving to become a certified SC Statewide Master Naturalist. The other requirements for Statewide certification are graduation from a basic Master Naturalist program, 16 hours of advanced training …

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What I Didn’t Do at the 2013 Master Naturalist Conference by Carl W. Cole

What to NOT do was the most difficult decision of the 2013 Master Naturalist Conference.   Each attendee could choose four activities (morning and afternoon, Friday and Saturday) from a list of thirty five (counting full day choices as two).  That meant choosing to pass up more than thirty activities!   There were sessions on the natural …

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Certified South Carolina Master Naturalist Program

Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission and Clemson University are offering the Certified South Carolina Master Naturalist Program for people interested in understanding and protecting the state’s valuable natural resources. The program aims to develop volunteer citizen scientists, conservationists, and educators who can positively impact the natural resources of the state. Master Naturalist candidates will …

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Fall Master Naturalist class 2012

Most Coastal Master Naturalists were trained through the Charleston County Parks and Rec program.  Classes are usually limited to 10 people, and you’ll want to sign up early.  As soon as the fall catalog comes out, send in your registration.