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ANREP and ANROSP: An Opportunity for Cross-Pollination in Citizen Science?
The ANROSP awards committee wants you to apply for a national award for your ANROSP member program, educational materials, program evaluation, volunteer project, or teamwork. It is time to be nationally recognized for your efforts. There are five categories:
Applications are due August 1st of each year.
Outstanding Educational Materials Award:
Minnesota Master Naturalist Program
North Woods, Great Lakes: An Introduction to the Natural History of Minnesota's Coniferous Forests
Outstanding Volunteer Project Award:Maryland Master Naturalist Program
Catoctin Creek Nature Center Sensory Trail
Outstanding Team Award:
UC California Naturalist Program
Outstanding Program Evaluation:(no nominations this year)
Program of the Year Award:
Utah Master Naturalist Program
ANROSP promotes awareness and citizen stewardship of natural resources through science-based education and service programs.
ANROSP envisions healthy ecosystems and communities through citizens who learn, teach and practice natural resource stewardship.
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