New Creek Critters App
Makes a Big Splash During Creek Week
ANS officially launched our new Creek Critters app during Creek Week with a network of local partners who hosted streamside events around the region. Dozens of eager citizen scientists turned out to learn how to identify the benthic macroinvertebrates living in local streams, and to file stream health reports. To join the ever-growing community of stream stewards and clean water advocates, download the Creek Critters app today and get started! Get the app.
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Become a Volunteer Master Naturalist
Want to spend more time outside, learning more about the natural world and helping ANS? Apply to become a Volunteer Master Naturalist! Training this fall will include 60 hours of in-classroom instruction and field experience with experts in a wide variety of natural history subjects. ANS’s trained Master Naturalist volunteers become our highly-prized citizen scientists, volunteer educators and habitat stewards. $250 course fee covers materials.
Training Program: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:30 am - 2:30 pm, September 22-November 5, 2015. Learn more and apply.