The Historic Rivers Chapter of the Virginia Master Naturalists has some good news to report! We have a new class of twenty-five talented and enthusiastic trainees who have begun their basic training program. Already as they receive top-notch instruction in Virginia's flora, fauna, geology and natural history, much of which is learned in the field, they will begin sharing their love of nature and our state with school groups and the public, and will participate in public service projects to enhance the quality of our environment.
Members of the Williamsburg (Historic Rivers Chapter) of the Virginia Master Naturalists beginning training as the current Cohort VI are pictured below.
Pictured here, left to right, are: Front Row: Inge Curtis, Mary Jane Miller, Sheila Rost, Glen Dautremont, Deb Woodward, Patricia Cooper; Row Two: Cheryl Jacobson, Jan Lockwood, Megan Kobiela, Judy Tucker, Betsy Basehore, Nancy Gore, Ruth Gordon, Ginny Carey, Sherry Brubaker; Back Row: David Schulte, Ben Kaurich, Joyce Lowry, John Beard, Jim Corliss, Nancy Barnhart, Tom Dougherty, Hart Haynes;
Not Pictured: Maria Myers, Lisa Wallin
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