Date & Times
- Saturday, August 13: Check-in after 12:00 pm
- Sunday, August 14: Course hours TBD
- Monday, August 15: Course hours TBD
- Tuesday, August 16: Course hours TBD
- Wednesday, August 17: Course hours TBD
- Thursday, August 18: Course hours TBD
- Friday, August 19: Check-out by 12:00 pm
Registration must we done at the Wisconsin Master Naturalist website. Click the button below to visit the Master Naturalist website for more information and to register.
Registration opens Monday, January 10, 2022 at 9:00 am and will remain open until all 18 spots are filled. The cost to attend the course is $275/person. Scholarships are available.
About Wisconsin Master Naturalist
Master Naturalist training is a 40-hour series of sessions and field experiences that presents a consistent, statewide perspective on Wisconsin’s natural resources, ecological processes, and conservation issues. They are offered across the state through trained partner organizations. Although each training varies based on the location, field experiences and guest experts, key concepts remain consistent from training to training. Learn more about what’s covered in each of our Master Naturalist trainings.
To synthesize and implement their knowledge, participants will work in small groups to complete a small training project related to education/interpretation, stewardship, or citizen-science. The training project is a fun, low-stakes opportunity to try out volunteer activities in a supportive environment.
- The participant fee is $275 and includes all materials.
- Need-based scholarships are available.
- Attendance is essential. Only four hours of training may be missed.
- Open to adults 18 years of age and older.
- It’s a fun and motivational learning environment!
** Master Naturalist Trainings are primarily outdoor learning experiences which may include extended periods of standing, hiking on both flat paths and off-trails with inclines, and a variety of weather conditions. If you have questions about the activity level of the training, please contact the program office email@example.com prior to registering.
Lodging at Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary
There will be three options for Master Naturalist participants to stay overnight at Hunt Hill:
- Single Room in Dorm – $150/participant for the week
Participants will have a twin bed in a double occupancy room in the Long Dorm that includes a shared, simple bathroom. Showers are available in a separate building next to the Long Dorm. Registrants will be assigned to their own room unless they indicate they would like to share a room with another Master Naturalist participant that they registered with.
- Shared Room in Dorm – $125/participant for the week
Participants will have a twin bed in a double occupancy room in the Long Dorm that includes a shared, simple bathroom. Showers are available in a separate building next to Long Dorm. Registrants who choose to share a room can share a room with participants they registered with. If you are registering for a shared room separately, both participants must list each other on each of their registration forms.
- Tent Site – $75/participant for the week
Participants will receive a space to set up a tent near the shower & bathroom house. Electricity is available in the shower & bathroom house. Participants have the option to bring their own camping supplies, such as a tent, sleeping bag, and/or sleeping mat, or Hunt Hill has camping supplies to loan out at no extra charge.
For those that have already registered for the Wisconsin Master Naturalist Training and are interested in overnight lodging accommodations at Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary, please click on the “Register Here” button to sign up for lodging. Payments can be made on the registration form via credit card or you can send in a check within 14 days of registration to Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary, N2384 Hunt Hill Rd, Sarona, WI 54870.
Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding lodging.