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Become a certified Nebraska master naturalist

People can learn to be a certified Nebraska master naturalist at one of four training sessions around the state.

Certified naturalists will join a network of conservation volunteers, experience exciting educational and volunteer opportunities with conservation organizations and share their passion for the outdoors.

Topics will include Nebraska ecosystems, plants, animals, interpretation, outdoor skills, natural history and conservation.

Training sessions are: July 14 to 20 at Pioneers Park and Spring Creek near Lincoln, Aug. 10 to 16 at Fort Robinson State Park near Crawford, and Sept. 8 to 14 at Niobrara Valley Preserve near Ainsworth.

To learn more, visit http://NATURALIST.unl.edu. Register by calling 308-382-1820 or emailing MasterNaturalistTrainings@gmail.com. Registration is $250. Room and board is available.

Date: 7/1/2013

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