Published: Aug. 15, 2013

Faculty members host class on Great Lakes region ecology

MSU faculty members, Kalamazoo Nature Center naturalists and conservation professionals from nonprofit and government agencies are hosting an 11-week class on Great Lakes region ecology.

Participants who complete the course and 40 hours of volunteer work in one year will be awarded a conservation steward certificate and will receive a choice of Michigan Natural Features Inventory publications, a manual and professional instruction.

KNC is hosting the 2013 Conservation Stewardship Program in partnership with MSU Extension and the W.K. Kellogg Biological Station.

Registration for the course can be completed online here or by calling 269-381-1574.

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