Sep 05, 2012
09:30AM - 02:00PM
Nature lovers sought to enrich lives of Bay Area elementary school children
Come learn about Martin Griffin Preserve's Docent Training Program. Learn about nature and share your knowldege with elementary students.
Martin Griffin Preserve. 4900 Shoreline Highway On
Event Description

Nature lovers and life-long learners are invited to attend Audubon

Canyon Ranch’s award-winning Docent Training Program at its

Martin Griffin Preserve on Bolinas Lagoon in West Marin. 

Participants receive high quality training from ACR’s expert biologists as well as local professionals on topics such as birds, wildflowers, mammals, amphibians, spore and seed producing plants, regional plant communities and environmental education techniques.

Trained docents visit Bay Area elementary schools and lead small groups of students on trails at the preserve.

Not offered again until September 2014, 22-week

program begins on September 5 with scholarships available now.

Carpool options are available.

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Audubon Canyon Ranch     Email:
Phone: 415-868-9244



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