Make a difference in Florida’s future and your own!
Come learn about Florida’s ecosystems, flora, fauna, human impacts and restoration successes, and how we can all make positive changes to tomorrow’s landscape through the University of Florida/IFAS Florida Master Naturalist Program (FMNP).
For more information about these and additional FMNP classes offered in Pinellas, visit www.SensingNature.com.
How to Register: Registration for adult FMNP classes is through UF at www.MasterNaturalist.org.
Conservation Science—Special Topic, 24-contact Hours
January 9, 16, 23, 2020
Host Site: Brooker Creek Preserve, Tarpon Springs
Ages: Adults 18 years old and up
Registration Now Available
UF FMNP Instructors Jeanne Murphy & Brian Lane have over 30 years of professional biology and environmental education experience. As the FMNP Instructors in Pinellas County since 2001, they teach all of the adult FMNP courses annually, plus the new Florida Youth Naturalist Program, connecting adults and youths to natural Florida and encouraging personal environmental stewardship.
In addition to course content and field experiences, each graduate receives a certificate. Adult graduates also receive a patch, pin, and are listed on the UF FMNP online database.