Northwest Chapter Begins Three New Training Classes

Ellen Turner instructs Washington County trainees at Woolsey Wet Prairie in Fayetteville.  Photo by Kitty Sanders.

Article by Phyllis Kane.

Photography by Kitty Sanders and Phyllis Kane.

Northwest Arkansas Master Naturalists have begun three new training classes for 2018, in response to a substantially growing interest in Master Naturalists in our area.  The Benton County class commenced January 20th at the Northwest Arkansas Community College, and a Carroll County class followed on January 24th at the Eureka Springs library annex.  Finally our Washington County class began January 27th at the Pauline Whitaker Animal Resource Center in Fayetteville.  Each class was filled to capacity for a total of 90 Naturalists in Training.

Welcome aboard, 2018 Master Naturalist trainees!


Benton County trainees begin training. Photo by Phyllis Kane.


Washington County trainees enjoy their speaker. Photo by Phyllis Kane.

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