|Minnesota Master Naturalist Class – BWBR – Mississippi Gateway Regional Park|
|MAEE Partner||University of Minnesota Extension|
|Time:||09:00 am - 04:30 pm|
You're never too old to go to summer camp! Mississippi Gateway Regional Park (formerly Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park) is hosting a week long Minnesota Master Naturalist Certification course for those who have the heart of a camper. If you are ready to learn about the natural world of the Big Woods, Big Rivers Biome through hands on, immersive experiences and adventure to interesting places in the Twin Cities area, then this is the program for you!
Mississippi Gateway Regional Park is a part of Three Rivers Park District, situated on the Mississippi River in Brooklyn Park. This course will start Monday August 24th and go through Friday August 28th from 9am to 4:30pm each day. Throughout this week we will be spending 3 days at Mississippi Gateway, and 2 days adventuring at other parks around the Twin Cities. Our final day of class will be on Saturday October 3rd from 9am-12pm where you will be presenting your capstone projects and celebrating with a potluck lunch. Attendance at all class meetings is required.
|More:||Additional Information: The Master Naturalist Program, Big Woods, Big Rivers is a volunteer program that trains adults about Minnesota's natural resources, provides pathways for volunteers to do conservation projects, and encourages ongoing stewardship of the environment. The course focuses on the Big Woods, Big Rivers Biome which runs diagonally across Minnesota from the Northwest to the Southeast.|
|Venue Name and Address||Mississippi Gateway Regional Park, 10360 W. River Rd|
|Post Date||February 17, 2020|