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Virginia Master Naturalists serve as stewards, teachers, and citizen scientists

Virginia Master Naturalists are a statewide corps of trained volunteers who provide education, outreach, and service to support natural resources and public lands. The national program started in Virginia in 2005, and volunteers have contributed more than 400,000 hours of service.

    Virginia Master Naturalists serve as stewards, teachers, and citizen scientists

Virginia Master Naturalists serve as stewards, teachers, and citizen scientists

Virginia Master Naturalists are a statewide corps of trained volunteers who provide education, outreach, and service to support natural resources and public lands. The national program started in Virginia in 2005, and volunteers have contributed more than 400,000 hours of service.

    Virginia Master Naturalists serve as stewards, teachers, and citizen scientists

Extension recruited in the fight against boxwood blight

Boxwoods are the mainstays of landscapes in many historical sites across the commonwealth as well as an important nursery crop. However, growers and researchers are concerned that boxwood blight could potentially decimate English and American boxwood populations along the East Coast.

    Extension recruited in the fight against boxwood blight

Virginia Cooperative Extension encourages Virginians to prepare for winter

“We live in an area where snow, ice, and low temperatures are common, and winterizing your home is a good first step in preparing for winter months,” said Michael Martin, Virginia Cooperative Extension emergency response and preparedness coordinator.

    Virginia Cooperative Extension encourages Virginians to prepare for winter
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