The mission of the California Naturalist Program is to foster a diverse community of naturalists and promote stewardship of California's natural resources through education and service.
The UC California Naturalist Program is designed to introduce Californians to the wonders of our unique ecology and engage the public in study and stewardship of California’s natural communities. The California Naturalist program uses a science curriculum, hands-on learning, problem-solving, and community service to instill a deep appreciation for the natural communities of the state and to inspire individuals to become stewards of their local resources. Upon completing certification requirements, participants are eligible for four academic credits through UC Davis Extension for an additional nominal fee.
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California Naturalist October Conference Updates for Attendees! The countdown begins and we're getting excited! http://eepurl.com/3y9FP
California Naturalist October Conference Updates
Please complete the lodging form and return to Asilomar with payment. Contact info is on the form. The reservation deadline is September 17 and reservations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis, so please make your reservations early to ensure that you get a room.
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CA Naturalist Calendar
|Jepson Herbarium at UC Berkeley CalNat Course||9/4/2014|
|Tuolumne CO CalNat Course: New Melones Reservoir Visitor Center||9/17/2014|
|Santa Barbara Botanic Garden/Sedgwick Reserve CalNat Course||10/1/2014|
|California Naturalist Program Statewide Conference||10/17/2014|
|Yosemite National Park CalNat 1-week Immersion Course||10/26/2014|
|Pt. Reyes CalNat 1-week Immersion Course||11/10/2014|
Registration open for the Fall 2014 #CalNat Conference October 17-19, 2014: Explore nature. Build community. Take action. Asilomar State Park, Pacific Grove, California.
Calling all California Naturalist Authors! We're hosting a Natural History Book Corner at the Fall conference. Please join us to sign and sell your own book! http://bit.ly/CalNatbookcorner
What do award winning authors Mary Ellen Hannibal (The Spine of the Continent, 2012) and Anthony Barnosky (Dodging Extinction, October 2014) have in common besides the fantastic work they do to share their hope and passion for conservation? They are Plenary Speakers at the CalNat October conference. The conference speaker lineup is fantastic!
New CalNat Courses in the Central Sierras this fall! One-week Immersion course in Yosemite National Park and an 11-week course in Tuolumne County at the New Melones Reservoir Visitor Center.
New article about CalNat & UC land stewardship ethic: UC leads a long tradition of environmental stewardship in California. UC Green Blog. July 25, 2014.