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Be a master naturalist
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Are you interested in learning about the environment around you? If so, you may want to take the Master Naturalist course.
This program is an in-depth, environmental, educational program developed for people who wish to know, change and preserve the relationships between habitats and our ecosystems. The course subjects will include: Endangered Species, Forest Management, Wildlife Management, Birding, Agriculture, Water Quality, Marsh and Maritime Forests, Fish Management and many other critical issues. The Bryan, Chatham, and Effingham County Extension offices will be conducting the Coastal Georgia Master Naturalist Program.
The classes will start on March 28 and run through May 30 and will be held every Wednesday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
The meeting locations will be on pertinent sites in Coastal Georgia. Visit for more information, an application and a schedule of the 2007 classes.
Cost of the program is $150 which will include all materials necessary for the course, plus several other manuals to make your learning experience more enjoyable and easier. This fee does not cover transportation. Fee for applicant’s spouse is $75.00. Only one set of books per couple.
The Coastal Georgia Master Naturalist Program is designed for those who love the outdoors or want to make a difference in the environment around you. This program is presented by the Coastal Georgia County Extension Offices.
Applications will be accepted by the Bryan County Extension office until Feb. 20.
 Class size is limited to 25 applicants. To receive an application or for more information, please call David Moulder 912-653-2231 Bryan County Extension or e-mail .

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