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The Alabama Master Naturalist Program  is a new statewide program whose goal is to help promote awareness, understanding, and respect of Alabama’s natural world among Alabama’s citizens and visitors. In addition, the AMN program will also develop a statewide corps of well-informed volunteers providing education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities.

When a person first enrolls in the Alabama Master Naturalist Program, they enter at the AMN trainee level. The AMN trainee level requires that the participant complete a 40-hour basic training course and 30 hours of volunteer service (approximately 15 hours of the volunteer service is completed as a part of a class project). Once they complete the basic training and volunteer service requirements during the first year, they become an Alabama Master Naturalist in Training. To become a fully certified Alabama Master Naturalist, they must complete 30 more hours of advanced course work over the next three years and complete 30 hours of volunteer service per year.


Stanley Garland

11/5/2012 8:41 PM
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