Join us for a special seminar all about the lovely, majestic coast redwoods on Saturday, March 1st, 2014 from 1:00pm-4:00pm. This fascinating seminar will be facilitated by Mike Roa, a well-known Environmental Educator and writer, and will take place at the Stewards Volunteer Office located inside Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve just outside of the town of Guerneville, CA.
More details will be provided to registered participants!
Cost: Armstrong Program Volunteers-Free, Stewards Members-$10, Non-Members-$20
(Nobody is turned away for inability to pay, contact our office)
A spectacular hands-on, interdisciplinary workshop will provide background knowledge, skills and resources to help teach about the coast redwoods. Participants will receives guides on CD. Great seminar for docents, outdoor educators and teachers.
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Anyone interested in volunteering for our programs will need to first register through our website: www.stewardsofthecoastandredwoods.org and will also be required to attend one of our
General Volunteers in Parks Orientations (March 15th, 2014 is our next session).
Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods is a non-profit organization that works with all the State Parks in the Russian River and Mendocino Districts. We support education, restoration and protection for our parks.
For a list of all our upcoming Orientations, Trainings and Seminars visit: http://www.stewardsofthecoastandredwoods.org/pe_seminars.htm