- Florida Master Naturalist Program website
- Up Coming Events: 2015 Freshwater Systems Module offered in Clay County!
Florida Master Naturalist Program (FMNP) is an in-depth look at the ecosystems, flora and fauna of our great state. UF/IFAS Extension Clay County is proud to offer the FMNP Freshwater Systems Module in September and early October of 2015. Taught
by Clay County Extension, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation,
and Florida Forest Service instructors, this program is for
those 18 and up who want to learn more about
Our next Freshwater Systems course begins Wednesday, September 9th. This exciting look at important Florida ecosystems includes some great field trip opportunities. Classes start Wednesday September 9th and will be held Monday and Wednesday evening from 6 -9 pm, with field trips on Saturdays.
Click here for a schedule listing all dates. Classroom sessions will be held at the Clay County Extension
Topics include: ecosystems (hardwood forests, pine habitats and grassland/scrub), key plants and wildlife, and the role of humans in shaping the environment. Each module includes classroom presentations, videos, field trips, and practical interpretation. Advance registration is required. Course fee is $225. Course instructors are
Amy Morie, UF/IFAS Extension Clay County Environmental Horticulture
David Nistler, UF/IFAS Extension Clay County Agriculture, Small Farms, and Natural Resources
Allan Hallman, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission biologist
Elizabeth Smith, Florida Forestry Service
Student requirements include attendance, participation, and enthusiasm! For registration and program information visit the web site www.masternaturalist.org. For questions contact 904.284.6355 and ask for David NIstler firstname.lastname@example.org or Amy Morie email@example.com