ARMN celebrates successes in 2012

By John Bernard and Jim Hurley The Arlington Regional Master Naturalists (ARMN) had our monthly Board meeting and end-of-year Chapter meeting on Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at the Fairlington Community Center. The Chapter meeting also included an art show and party. Over 60 people attended, including at least 54 ARMN members. ARMN members brought and displayed their artwork which included photograph porfolios and other creations. After the businessContinue reading “ARMN celebrates successes in 2012”

Spring 2013 ARMN Basic Training Course

From ARMN to YOU: Don’t miss this golden opportunity to get involved. Gear up for the Early Spring Basic Training Course. APPLY NOW! ARMN will be offering a Spring  2013 Basic Training Course, beginning February 26, 2013. The Course will run for approximately 14 weeks on Tuesday evenings from 7:00pm to 10:00pm at Long Branch Nature Center in  Arlington.Continue reading “Spring 2013 ARMN Basic Training Course”

ARMN July 2012 Chapter Meeting and Service at Long Branch Nature Center

By John Bernard Members of Arlington Regional Master Naturalists (ARMN) met for their chapter meeting and cookout on July 29 at Long Branch Nature Center (LBNC). Among other business, they recognized 13 newly certified Master Naturalists and the 68 members who have recertified through 2012. There was also an opportunity for ARMN volunteers to earnContinue reading “ARMN July 2012 Chapter Meeting and Service at Long Branch Nature Center”

An Excursion to Huntley Meadows

By Sue Dingwell Huntley Meadows morphed into a learning lab for the spring class of this term’s aspiring Master Naturalists. The beautiful wetland was brimming with life as the class traversed its woods and boardwalk, stalking insects, birds and herps. Lessons were learned, pictures were taken, and, more importantly, new horizons were revealed through theContinue reading “An Excursion to Huntley Meadows”

Applications being accepted for Spring 2012 Basic Training

Applications now being accepted for basic training for the Spring 2012 Class of Arlington Regional Master Naturalists You can make a difference in our community by becoming a Master Naturalist volunteer!  The Virginia Master Naturalist program trains volunteers to provide education, citizen science and outreach to conserve and manage natural resources and public lands.  MasterContinue reading “Applications being accepted for Spring 2012 Basic Training”