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2020 Naturalist in Training Schedules

2020 Benton County NIT Classes Revised Schedule

2020 Eureka Springs NIT classes Revised Schedule

2020 Fayetteville/Washington Co NIT classes Revised

2020 Springdale/Washington Co NIT classes

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Wow! 115 Naturalists in Training in 2020! Welcome to all of you joining us in 2020.  We're glad you're here!

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Photo courtesy Amy Leisure

NW Arkansas Master Naturalists donated 20 books, drawn from a list of past book club selections, to Springdale Public Library.  This donation is a part of our mission, to educate the public about the environment.  The books will available not only to Springdale Library patrons, but also to other public libraries in Washington County.  NWAMN is proud to partner with public libraries in providing reliable sources of information to the citizens of Washington County.   10 books were adult interest books and 10 were of interest to children.  To see donated titles, as well as other NWAMN Book Club selections, go to  NWAMN Book Club.

Pictured: 2020 NWAMN Board members with Claudia Driver, Reference Librarian, Springdale Library, and Steve Alarid, NWAMN member.

How to:  Use the new website

Need some help figuring out how to use and get around the new website?

Here's help:

User manual by NCAMN web administrator Todd Dahlin

Arkansas Master Naturalists
Club Express User's Manual V1

If you are a visual learner, here's a video version of logging in.
More how-to videos coming soon.

How to use AMN's Club Express site


As always, ask for help!

February Book Club Pick

The MN Book Club meets the third Thursday of every month (except December) at the Shiloh Museum General Store in Springdale. Join us! Remember, you are all encouraged to suggest one of your favorite books for our future discussions.

NWAMN at Work

Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission recently held three training session in Washington and Benton County to train volunteers to digitally  transcribe information from scanned plant specimens from Herbariums  so that researchers from around the world can use the images and information for research.  Pictured: Kitty Sanders prepares to transcribe.

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