Help inspire children and share your passion for nature with others. The American River Conservancy (ARC) will host a series of volunteer naturalist trainings for interested volunteers beginning late February on three consecutive Thursdays: Feb. 28, March 7 and March 14.
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Volunteer naturalists will ultimately lead small groups of elementary school students on nature walks near the American River Nature Center, located within Marshall Gold Discovery State Historical Park in Coloma.
Each training session begins at 9 a.m.and lasts until noon. These trainings take place at the American River Nature Center in Coloma and provide volunteer naturalists the skills and knowledge to lead natural history and science-related nature walks and interpretive tours.
Interested volunteers (ages 18 and up) please contact ARC educators Molly Hucklebridge or Lindsay Raber via phone at 530-621-1224 to sign up.
Volunteers must attend all three days and will be required to complete a background check to be considered for this volunteer position with the American River Conservancy.