WI Master Naturalist Training


Are you fascinated with nature?  Do you enjoy sharing your knowledge and skills with others?  The Wisconsin Master Naturalist (WIMN) program, a statewide effort to promote awareness, understanding and stewardship of the state’s natural resources, is developing a corps of informed volunteers throughout the state. You can become a WI Master Naturalist Volunteer!

A volunteer training course will be held at Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary in the fall of 2018:

  • Monday and Wednesday evenings from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm starting September 10 and ending October 8, and
  • Two Saturdays on September 15 and October 13 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. 

The $250 course involves 40 hours of training in natural history, interpretation and conservation stewardship.   Once trained, a Wisconsin Master Naturalist provides volunteer service in one of three areas:  education/interpretation, stewardship, or citizen science.   To maintain certification, volunteers must complete 40 hours of service each year, in addition to eight hours of advanced training.

Scholarships are available to help pay for the course.

Go to the Wisconsin Master Naturalist website to register for this course or to learn more about the Master Naturalist Program.

For questions about the program being held at Hunt Hill, please contact Katie Connolly, Program Director at program@hunthill.org

Yellow Warbler captured for banding-Hunt Hill Bird Camp June 17 to 24, 2011 083Terry Dorsey 2004 Bog Hike