Where better to take the Northwoods-Great Lakes Master Naturalist course than right on the shores of Lake Superior at Sugarloaf Cove Nature Center or North House Folk School? Twice a year, Sugarloaf hosts Northwoods-Great Lakes Master Naturalist Volunteer Training Courses at Sugarloaf Cove and North House Folk School. Dates are announced on this page and on the MN Master Naturalist web site.
The next class will take place at North House Folk School, May 31-June 4. Cost is $375. REGISTER NOW.
What is the Master Naturalist program?
This 40 hour hands on course program was developed through the University of Minnesota Extension Service to educate adults about Minnesota’s natural resources, empowers them to teach others and provides opportunities to participate in conservation projects. In Sugarloaf’s classes, participants learn about the fascinating geology, plant and animal communities, inland lakes and bogs, ecology and human interactions of the Northwoods, as well as Lake Superior. Visit MN Master Naturalist to learn more and sign up for classes.