Virginia Master Naturalist

Virginia Master Naturalist

The Science Museum of Western Virginia have partnered with the Roanoke Valley Chapter of the Virginia Master Naturalists to support and develop educational programs. The following ongoing programs require a regular commitment of at least once per month:

• Living River and Touch Tank Exhibit Attendants
• Butterfly Garden Exhibit Attendants

This project is planned as a long-term partnership creating a mutually beneficial relationship with the goal of expanding opportunities for VMN to aid the Science Museum with our shared goals of natural resource management, conservation, and education.

For more information about becoming a Virginia Master Naturalist and joining the Roanoke Valley Chapter:

http://www.rvmasternaturalists.org/join/ or contact VMN liaison: Freyja Williams at freyja58@gmail.com or 540-362-3239

For current Virginia Master Naturalists wishing to volunteer for one of the VMN projects at the Science Museum:

Get started by filling out our online volunteer application or contact Center’s VMN Project Lead at volunteers@smwv.org or 540.342.5710.