Science That Serves: Become a Community Naturalist
As part of MPL’s Summer Learning Program, All Together Now, we’re teaming up with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks to offer this series of courses for adults and teens. Nature-centered programs are often restricted to children or are accessible only through higher education, however, conservation and continued public access to nature depends on community action and community science.
Through this program, we hope to empower community members to protect their local wild spaces and serve as educators themselves for others in our community. Earn your certificate of completion by attending all sessions over the summer! Separate topics are covered each 2nd and 3rd Tuesday evenings of June, July, and August. Can’t make a session? Activities to make up missed sessions will be available.
Tues., June 13, 6-7:30PM in Cooper B – Invasive Species & Citizen Science Introduction
Tues., June 20, 6-7:30PM in Cooper A – Freshwater Species & Ecology
Tues., July 11, 6-7:30PM in Cooper A – Mammalogy
Tues., July 18, 6-7:30PM in Cooper A – Human-Wildlife Conflict
Tues., August 8, 6-7:30PM in Cooper A – Ornithology
Tues., August 15, 6-7:30PM Cooper A – Botany & Bugs
- Jun 13 2023
- 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
- Cooper Room A
- Level Four, Missoula Public Library, 455 E. Main St., Missoula, Montana