The Missouri Master Naturalist Lake of the Ozarks Chapter promoted its fourth class to graduate the Master Naturalist program recently. The 2012 class contained 26 members from all over the lake area from Osage Beach to Sunrise Beach and Gravois Mills to Lebanon.


The Missouri Master Naturalist Lake of the Ozarks Chapter promoted its fourth class to graduate the Master Naturalist program recently.
The 2012 class contained 26 members from all over the lake area from Osage Beach to Sunrise Beach and Gravois Mills to Lebanon.
These graduates will go on to complete their capstone projects and join the rest of the chapter in its ongoing programs such as water quality monitoring, Stream Team, Conservation Kids Club and more.
The Master Naturalist program is part the Missouri Department Conservations effort to promote life-long learning and stewardship of the state's natural resources.
For more information on this program and how to get involved, contact Jodi Moulder at the Camden County Conservation office at 783 Thunder Mount Rd. in Camdenton. Call 573-346-2210 or e-mail jodi.moulder@mdc.mo.gov.