Project Underground September 21-23, 2018 Jewel Cave National Monument Custer, South Dakota This workshop is geared for environmental educators, teachers, park rangers, or others who develop programs and activities related to caves and karst resources. Funded in part by the Monument's non-profit cooperative partner, the Black Hills Parks and Forests Association. For more information and to register email Bradley Block, Chief of Interpretation or call Brad at (605) 673-8330.
Minnesota Master Naturalist Volunteer Training Course The Minnesota Master Naturalist Volunteer Training Course consists of 40 hours of in-classroom training. The classroom training includes a variety of teaching methods—lectures, PowerPoints, hands-on activities, videos, and field trips that provide the participants with information on Minnesota's natural history. The course is designed to be a general overview of Minnesota's three biomes. Each class series focuses on one of the three biomes: Big Woods, Big Rivers; Prairies and Potholes; and North Woods, Great Lakes.